From the City of Spokane– they’re calling a Stage 1 Snow Emergency, which requires cars to be moved from all arterials and STA fixed bus routes within six hours, or by 4:30 p.m. this afternoon.
A Stage 1 Snow Emergency includes plowing residential hill routes—those numbered in the 20s on the residential plow map.
If you park on the street, do so on the even side of the street in those areas within 12 hours—or by 8:30 p.m. Plows will begin in route 21 on the South Hill and 22 on the North Side.
City crews currently are working on arterials throughout the City.
From Spokane County– Road crews are back to working 12-hour shifts around the clock to plow the County’s 2,550 miles. Currently snow removal equipment is working on emergency routes and primary arterials.
After crews finish plowing/sanding emergency routes and primary arterials, they will move to secondary roads, hilly residential areas, followed by flat residential neighborhoods.