Now Hiring: Administrative Specialist I

The City of Bonney Lake is seeking an experienced Administrative Specialist for the Administrative Services Department who is committed to the highest level of customer service and satisfaction and enjoys working as part of a team.   The candidate will serve as the city’s lead receptionist and provide support to the City Clerk’s Office.

While this position officially closes on March 21, 2019, priority will be given to the first 75 applicants. Please submit a cover letter along with your application materials.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please visit: http://www.citybonneylake.org/employment

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Sanitary Sewer System Smoke Testing

Sanitary Sewer System Smoke Testing
A smoke test investigation is an Inflow & Infiltration project that is conducted when system flow monitoring indicates higher sewer flows during periods of rainfall. This testing procedure helps to identify potential sources of inflow or infiltration into the sanitary sewer system.
How is it done?
Smoke testing is done by placing a smoke generator over a sanitary sewer manhole. A ventilation fan is then attached to blow smoke through a section of sewer main. The smoke will travel through the sewer main and service lines. Service lines are the smaller diameter pipe that runs from the sewer main to your house/business, often referred to as sewer laterals.

Public Works crews will monitor where the smoke exits the sanitary sewer system. Smoke traveling up service lines should release through ventilation pipes on the roof of your home/business, unless one of the following situation exists:
• You have drain traps that are seldom used and do not have water in them. If you have any drains that are rarely used, pour water in the drain to fill the drain trap; this should prevent smoke from entering the building.
• A plumbing defect is present. If you observe any of the smoke coming from locations within your home/business that are not an apparent part of your plumbing system, contact one of the on-site wastewater personnel and they will work with you to determine the source.
What if smoke enters my home?
The smoke is not toxic or staining and should typically release through your roof vents. However, if smoke does enter your home/business, open windows and doors to allow the smoke to disperse, and contact one of the on-site personnel who can assist you in finding out why and where the smoke entered the building.
What to Expect
• While in your area, crews conduct smoke testing between the hours of 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday – Friday.
• Crews test several hundred feet of sanitary sewer main at one time. The total time to smoke test one section of sewer main is approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
• Residents that are connected to a section of sewer main that is going to be tested will be notified by door hanger 1 day to a week before smoke testing takes place.
• The Police and Fire Departments will be notified in advance of smoke testing.
• A smoke generator will be placed on a sanitary sewer manhole and smoke will be forced through the sewer main using a ventilation fan
• The smoke with travel the length of the sewer main and any connecting pipes.
• If you do not have any deficiencies in your plumbing the smoke will release through the ventilation pipes on your roof.
Although the smoke product utilized by Public Works is specifically designed for this testing purpose and is relatively harmless, it is prudent to relay the following manufacturers concerns:
• The smoke may cause temporary irritation to nasal passages. Any smoke irritation should be temporary and should quickly disappear after exposure has ceased.
• Persons with heart and/or respiratory ailments should leave the home/business during the testing. Please contact Public Works at 253-447-4319 prior to the testing dates if you suffer from either condition.
• As a precaution, be sure pets are provided with proper ventilation. Pets quartered in confined areas with no exit available will require alternative arrangements during the testing.
• Normally, the smoke will leave no visible residue. If smoke enters your home/business, and you find that residue has formed as a result, it can be easily removed with soap and water.
For more information
Contact: Todd Bright, Assistant Superintendent, at (253) 447-4323 or brightt@cobl.us

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Bonney Lake Winter Storm Update 2/11/19 5PM

Below is the latest information for Monday, February 11:

  • The City continues to keep all five plows with sanders busy. These extended events are taxing on our equipment and resources, including staff. This is one of the longest snow events that public works has dealt with in 20 years! Thank you to our public works team for all your hard work.
  • Crews have been working around the clock 8 of the last 9 days and continue to do so. With temperatures rising slightly this afternoon, crews have been focusing on trying to get as much slush off of the priority routes as quickly as possible. However, ground temperatures are still very cold which means we can’t get everything cleared off the roadway surface due to some of it being frozen. If the weather continues to give us a break with no additional snow accumulation, we are hoping to be able to address school bus routes through the evening and night time hours. However, we always have to keep an eye on SR410 and the arterials because with nighttime comes freezing temperatures and icy conditions on priority routes must be dealt with immediately.
  • When needed, WSDOT will continue to assist as best they can with applying a sand/salt mix on SR410 as they pass through and we’ll continue plowing and applying sand according to our established routes. We, as well as many other jurisdictions, are still awaiting delivery of rock salt products. Unfortunately beyond our control, the vendor has pushed delivery of the rock salt product out to Thursday or Friday due to a huge backlog of orders. In the meantime, we are increasing our stockpile of sand.
  • The number one question we receive is when is the city going to plow our street? With only 5 plows and over 170 lane miles, we can’t guarantee that we will be able to reach every neighborhood before the road conditions improve naturally. Our crews focus on priority routes first (red and purple on the route map), move into other main arterial and collector streets (orange), steep slopes (yellow) and then local access roads (green). We appreciate your patience as our crews work tirelessly to make their way around the city. However, if you need to report a road concern, please call 253-862-8602 during business hours or after hours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. Here is a link to the Snow and Ice Route Map: http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/UserFiles/File/Maps/SnowIceControl.pdf.
  • Garbage, recycling and yard waste pick up service: DM Disposal is suspending all regular Monday services, and weather permitting, will implement a Holiday Schedule for the remainder of the week; Monday will be collected on Tuesday, Tuesday collected on Wednesday, and so on through Saturday. Additionally, in the interest of public health, DM Disposal is suspending residential yard waste collection services for the week so that each of their 83,000 residential customers throughout our various service areas may have their garbage collected this week. Additional accumulation of residential yard waste material will be collected when normal collection services resume next week. For information, visit https://www.murreysdisposal.com/.
  • For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.

Residents and drivers can help by:

  1. With warmer temperatures and rain in the forecast, this mixture of weather can cause the snow to melt quickly and potentially cause localized flooding. As a preventive measure, please help clear the storm drain near your home so the melting snow and rain can make it down the drain.
  2. Park all vehicles, trailers, and boats off of streets until the snow is removed. Ridges of snow pushed up by snow plows around vehicles parked on streets will freeze. This can prevent or slow down future snow removal and may cause accidents when any vehicle hits them.
  3. Give sand trucks and snow plow vehicles plenty of room. Don’t follow too closely – equipment could slide sideways or backwards at any time. Don’t pass these vehicles if you can avoid it. Be patient.
  4. Drive Defensively. Sand trucks will generally only be used on hills and intersections. Other areas will remain icy. Slow down and increase distance from the vehicle in front of you. Four wheel drive vehicles may help gain traction initially; but once you start sliding, are no better than any other.
  5. Clear snow from sidewalks in front of your house or business as soon as possible, but not later than 12 hours after snow has ceased to fall. This is to prevent the snow from turning to ice in front of your house creating a hazard for pedestrians or forcing them to walk in the street.
  6. Do not place snow removed from driveways or sidewalks onto the street.
    1. Aim snow blowers into front yards away from sidewalks, the landscape strip and the street. Ice and rocks, as well as powder snow are blown out many feet. This material can hit parked or passing cars, which can cause damage to those vehicles as well as possible accidents. Also, snow blown onto the street will freeze and become a slick spot, which may easily cause accidents.
    2. Place snow shoved into your driveways by snow plows onto the area between your sidewalk and curb, the landscape strip; but not into the street or gutter. Otherwise, if this pile of snow is shoved back into the street, it will freeze and become hidden by new snow. Then, when snow plows or other vehicles hit that pile of ice, they can be shoved back into the traffic lanes and can easily hit passing or parked cars. Also, placing this snow into the gutter will slow down or block drainage causing flooding when the snow melts.
  7. Volunteer your services. Check on your neighbor’s to ensure everyone’s safety. Help your neighbors who can’t clear their own driveways and sidewalks.
  8. Remove snow from around fire hydrants near your home. Can help save lives and property.
  9. Clear snow from around mailboxes. Sometimes snow plow crews do not get snow plowed all the way to the curb and block the mailbox. Clearing this snow will help keep mail delivery vehicles from blocking traffic and help prevent accidents for mail deliverers and residents alike.

For additional winter weather safety tips, visit: https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.

If you have any questions, please call the City of Bonney Lake during business hours at 253-862-8602 or to report a road concern afterhours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @CityBonneyLake.

Bonney Lake Winter Storm 2019. Photos submitted by:
Rachel Ingalls, Mandee Babb Cerami, Savannah Nelson, Rachel Roads, and Lacie Adkins

 

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Bonney Lake Winter Storm Update 2/10/19 2PM

Below is the latest information for Sunday, February 10:

  • The City continues to keep all five plows with sanders busy. These extended events (of which we haven’t had many in our history) are taxing on our equipment and resources, including staff. We’d like to give a big thank you to our public works street and maintenance team as they continue to be available around the clock.
  • Public Works crews continue to work 24/7 trying to keep the slick areas to a minimum. We started reaching out into residential areas yesterday and will continue to do so. If you haven’t seen us yet, we’ll hopefully be there soon. If you need to report a road concern after hours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. However, please remember that as snow starts to fall we need to go back to making SR410 and the other major arterials and collectors our priority.
  • It’s going to be a long week ahead. Weather forecasters are predicting 1-4 inches of snow possible starting mid-afternoon today with another round starting Monday evening/night with as much as 8 inches. For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew. Today is a good day to replenish emergency kits, clear sidewalks, and prepare for a snowy week ahead.
  • Officials are urging residents to stay home and off the roads if at all possible.
  • When needed, WSDOT will continue to assist as best they can with applying a sand/salt mix on SR410 as they pass through and we’ll continue plowing and applying sand according to our established routes. We, as well as many other jurisdictions, are still awaiting delivery of rock salt products. We hope to have it early this week.
  • As you may have heard, in preparation for more snow, the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District will be closed Monday, 2/11/19 (https://www.sumnersd.org/). City street maintenance staff is in communication with the School District and we are coordinating with them on maintaining bus routes as best as we can.
  • As a reminder, here is a link to the Snow and Ice Control Route Map (http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/UserFiles/File/Maps/SnowIceControl.pdf). SR410 and arterials/collector streets off of SR410 remain a priority and crews will address residential areas as resources are available. See tips on how you can help below.

Residents and drivers can help by:

  1. Park all vehicles, trailers, and boats off of streets until the snow is removed. Ridges of snow pushed up by snow plows around vehicles parked on streets will freeze. This can prevent or slow down future snow removal and may cause accidents when any vehicle hits them.
  2. Give sand trucks and snow plow vehicles plenty of room. Don’t follow too closely – equipment could slide sideways or backwards at any time. Don’t pass these vehicles if you can avoid it. Be patient.
  3. Drive Defensively. Sand trucks will generally only be used on hills and intersections. Other areas will remain icy. Slow down and increase distance from the vehicle in front of you. Four wheel drive vehicles may help gain traction initially; but once you start sliding, are no better than any other.
  4. Clear snow from sidewalks in front of your house or business as soon as possible, but not later than 12 hours after snow has ceased to fall. This is to prevent the snow from turning to ice in front of your house creating a hazard for pedestrians or forcing them to walk in the street.
  5. Do not place snow removed from driveways or sidewalks onto the street.
    1. Aim snow blowers into front yards away from sidewalks, the landscape strip and the street. Ice and rocks, as well as powder snow are blown out many feet. This material can hit parked or passing cars, which can cause damage to those vehicles as well as possible accidents. Also, snow blown onto the street will freeze and become a slick spot, which may easily cause accidents.
    2. Place snow shoved into your driveways by snow plows onto the area between your sidewalk and curb, the landscape strip; but not into the street or gutter. Otherwise, if this pile of snow is shoved back into the street, it will freeze and become hidden by new snow. Then, when snow plows or other vehicles hit that pile of ice, they can be shoved back into the traffic lanes and can easily hit passing or parked cars. Also, placing this snow into the gutter will slow down or block drainage causing flooding when the snow melts.
  6. Volunteer your services. Check on your neighbors to ensure everyone’s safety. Help your neighbors who can’t clear their own driveways and sidewalks.
  7. Remove snow from around fire hydrants near your home. Can help save lives and property.
  8. Clear snow from around mailboxes. Sometimes snow plow crews do not get snow plowed all the way to the curb and block the mailbox. Clearing this snow will help keep mail delivery vehicles from blocking traffic and help prevent accidents for mail deliverers and residents alike.

For additional winter weather safety tips, visit: https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.

If you have any questions, please call the City of Bonney Lake during business hours at 253-862-8602 or to report a road concern afterhours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @CityBonneyLake.

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Bonney Lake Winter Storm Update 2/9/19 7PM

Good evening everyone!

First, a big THANK YOU to #WSDOT Area 1 Maintenance!!! WSDOT trucks have been dumping a salt/sand mix on one lane of SR410 as they pass through Bonney Lake on their way to other destinations. They are not obligated to do this but realize we are in a tough spot while we wait for our shipment of salt to arrive and are lending us a hand. A big thanks again to Area 1 Maintenance. Jeff and crew, you all are AWESOME! Stay safe, from your friends at Bonney Lake Public Works!

Public Works crews will remain on the roads again all night tonight trying to keep the slick areas to a minimum. It’s going to be a cold night, so unless you have to be out, please stay home. This helps us and other first responders get to where we need to go quickly and safely. With WSDOT helping us on 410, we were able to get trucks out into some of the residential areas. We’re hoping that this was a big help to you all. Please continue to be patient with us as we make our way around town. Thanks!

The National Weather Service – Seattle has issued a new Winter Storm Watch for western Washington. There will be TWO systems that impact the area. The 1st system arrives Sunday afternoon-night with light accumulations. The 2nd system pushes through Monday-Tuesday. For details and the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew

Everybody stay safe as we prepare for another round of snow!

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Bonney Lake Winter Storm Update 2/9/19 10:50 a.m.

Below is the latest information for Saturday, February 9:

  • Snow has blanketed the Puget Sound region, including Bonney Lake. One of our public works members measured 11 inches of snow at the Public Works Center!
  • The City has been operating with five plows with sanders since snowfall started yesterday with crews focusing on SR410 within city limits and arterial/collector streets off of SR410. It was a long, treacherous night, but as of 6:30 a.m., crews reported that SR410 within city limits and all arterial/collector streets are packed snow but passable. With these passable, we have begun reaching out into the residential areas and will continue to do so. If you haven’t seen us yet, we’ll hopefully be there soon! Regardless, we urge you not to drive unless absolutely necessary.
  • We are not out of the woods yet. We may be looking at more snow later today with chances decreasing dramatically by the late afternoon. We will certainly have freezing temperatures overnight meaning that the roads will freeze! Please be careful! There is potential for more snow Sunday evening into Monday with the forecast showing bad weather extending into next week. For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.
  • Officials are urging residents to stay home and off the roads if at all possible.
  • You may have noticed that SR410 outside of city limits is bare and wet. WSDOT maintains SR410 up to the city limits of Bonney Lake but state legislation requires that the City conduct snow and ice removal activities on the highway inside city limits. This is a big challenge for us and we struggle to keep up with this and maintain all of our local streets when a big event such as this occurs. Please be patient with us as we attempt to keep everything moving forward!
  • Driving surfaces will remain slick with most remaining packed with snow until the temperatures raise and we can start getting our sand/salt mix down on the road. We are still awaiting our delivery of our rock salt product. As you can imagine, it’s a hot commodity right now with many local jurisdictions waiting for deliveries as well.
  • Street crews will be working 24/7 to plow and sand priority routes along with steep slopes (http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/UserFiles/File/Maps/SnowIceControl.pdf). Crews are addressing residential areas now. See tips on how you can help below.

Residents and drivers can help by:

  1. Park all vehicles, trailers, and boats off of streets until the snow is removed. Ridges of snow pushed up by snow plows around vehicles parked on streets will freeze. This can prevent or slow down future snow removal and may cause accidents when any vehicle hits them.
  2. Give sand trucks and snow plow vehicles plenty of room. Don’t follow too closely – equipment could slide sideways or backwards at any time. Don’t pass these vehicles if you can avoid it. Be patient.
  3. Drive Defensively. Sand trucks will generally only be used on hills and intersections. Other areas will remain icy. Slow down and increase distance from the vehicle in front of you. Four wheel drive vehicles may help gain traction initially; but once you start sliding, are no better than any other.
  4. Clear snow from sidewalks in front of your house or business as soon as possible, but not later than 12 hours after snow has ceased to fall. This is to prevent the snow from turning to ice in front of your house creating a hazard for pedestrians or forcing them to walk in the street.
  5. Do not place snow removed from driveways or sidewalks onto the street.
  6. Aim snow blowers into front yards away from sidewalks, the landscape strip and the street. Ice and rocks, as well as powder snow are blown out many feet. This material can hit parked or passing cars, which can cause damage to those vehicles as well as possible accidents. Also, snow blown onto the street will freeze and become a slick spot, which may easily cause accidents.
  7. Place snow shoved into your driveways by snow plows onto the area between your sidewalk and curb, the landscape strip; but not into the street or gutter. Otherwise, if this pile of snow is shoved back into the street, it will freeze and become hidden by new snow. Then, when snow plows or other vehicles hit that pile of ice, they can be shoved back into the traffic lanes and can easily hit passing or parked cars. Also, placing this snow into the gutter will slow down or block drainage causing flooding when the snow melts.
  8. Volunteer your services. Check on your neighbor’s to ensure everyone’s safety. Help your neighbors who can’t clear their own driveways and sidewalks.
  9. Remove snow from around fire hydrants near your home. Can help save lives and property.
  10. Clear snow from around mailboxes. Sometimes snow plow crews do not get snow plowed all the way to the curb and block the mailbox. Clearing this snow will help keep mail delivery vehicles from blocking traffic and help prevent accidents for mail deliverers and residents alike.

For additional winter weather safety tips, visit: https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. For the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.

If you have any questions, please call the City of Bonney Lake during business hours at 253-862-8602 or to report a road concern afterhours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @CityBonneyLake.

SR410 near KFC the night of February 8, 2019

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Bonney Lake Snow-Ice Control Information

City of Bonney Lake Public Works crews are gearing up for the impending snow storm. The City has five plows with sanders and one truck with anti-icer ready to deploy.

Crews started applying anti-icer along priority roads and areas with steep hills with bare asphalt this morning. Anti-icing is a proactive approach taken to decrease the likelihood of snow and ice bonding to a pavement surface. Anti-icing involves placing a layer of brine on the surface of the pavement before a winter storm has begun.  If you are interested in learning more about anti-icing, the American Public Works Association has a helpful “Brine Fact Sheet” at https://www.apwa.net/MYAPWA/About/News___Media/Public_Works_Fact_Sheets/MyApwa/Apwa_Public/About/News___Media/Public_Works_Fact_Sheets.aspx?hkey=9d123d48-ebc7-48bc-940c-692cda8c1730.

The City has ordered a large quantity of salt and expects to receive that soon. As you can imagine, this is a very popular commodity right now with many local jurisdictions waiting for deliveries as well. As soon as this arrives, crews will begin application of a sand/salt mixture to help control ice on the roadways. In the meantime, please be patient and drive carefully!

City staff snow removal plan:
City Public Works crews will clear snow from priority roads first. Priority roads are shown here (http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/UserFiles/File/Maps/SnowIceControl.pdf) and include SR410 and the arterials extending from SR410. We try to have all roads cleared as quickly as possible. Priority roads take precedence over residential and dead-end streets. These streets will be cleared when conditions allow. Generally snow plowing and sanding starts when snow begins to accumulate on paved surfaces. Sand is generally applied to any prioritized areas where icy conditions exist.

Residents and drivers can help by:

  1. Park all vehicles, trailers, and boats off of streets until the snow is removed. Ridges of snow pushed up by snow plows around vehicles parked on streets will freeze. This can prevent or slow down future snow removal and may cause accidents when any vehicle hits them.
  2. Give sand trucks and snow plow vehicles plenty of room. Don’t follow too closely – equipment could slide sideways or backwards at any time. Don’t pass these vehicles if you can avoid it. Be patient.
  3. Drive Defensively. Sand trucks will generally only be used on hills and intersections. Other areas will remain icy. Slow down and increase distance from the vehicle in front of you. Four wheel drive vehicles may help gain traction initially; but once you start sliding, are no better than any other.
  4. Clear snow from sidewalks in front of your house or business as soon as possible, but not later than 12 hours after snow has ceased to fall. This is to prevent the snow from turning to ice in front of your house creating a hazard for pedestrians or forcing them to walk in the street.
  5. Do not place snow removed from driveways or sidewalks onto the street.
    1. Aim snow blowers into front yards away from sidewalks, the landscape strip and the street. Ice and rocks, as well as powder snow are blown out many feet. This material can hit parked or passing cars, which can cause damage to those vehicles as well as possible accidents. Also, snow blown onto the street will freeze and become a slick spot, which may easily cause accidents.
    2. Place snow shoved into your driveways by snow plows onto the area between your sidewalk and curb, the landscape strip; but not into the street or gutter. Otherwise, if this pile of snow is shoved back into the street, it will freeze and become hidden by new snow. Then, when snow plows or other vehicles hit that pile of ice, they can be shoved back into the traffic lanes and can easily hit passing or parked cars. Also, placing this snow into the gutter will slow down or block drainage causing flooding when the snow melts.
  6. Volunteer your services. Help your neighbors who can’t clear their own driveways and sidewalks.
  7. Remove snow from around fire hydrants near your home. Can help save lives and property.
  8. Clear snow from around mailboxes. Sometimes snow plow crews do not get snow plowed all the way to the curb and block the mailbox. Clearing this snow will help keep mail delivery vehicles from blocking traffic and help prevent accidents for mail deliverers and residents alike.

For additional winter weather safety tips, visit: https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Follow the latest weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew.

If you have any questions, please call the City of Bonney Lake during business hours at 253-862-8602 or to report a road concern afterhours call police dispatch at 253-841-5431. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @CityBonneyLake.

Plow and Sander

The City has five plows with sanders and one truck with anti-icer ready to deploy for the winter storm.

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City Council Workshop Cancellation

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake City Council Workshop regularly scheduled for February 5, 2019 has been cancelled.

The next regularly scheduled City Council Workshop is scheduled on February 19, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Justice & Municipal Center located at 9002 Main Street E, Suite 300, Bonney Lake, WA 98391. Meetings are open to the public.

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Community Development Committee Cancellation

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Committee meeting regularly scheduled for February 5, 2019 has been cancelled.

The next regularly scheduled Community Development Committee meeting is scheduled on February 19, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in the Justice & Municipal Center located at 9002 Main Street E, Suite 300, Bonney Lake, WA 98391. Meetings are open to the public.

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Justice & Municipal Center Closure

It is expected that the weather will remain below freezing through at least tonight, minimal melting is expected today so any unplowed roads or areas of compact snow/ice will likely remain in poor condition through at least tomorrow morning’s commute.  Snow showers are continuing and are forecasted to end between 2-4 PM today.

With the forecast in mind, the Justice & Municipal Center will be closing  at 3 PM today (Monday, February 4th).

For tomorrow (Tuesday, February 5th) the Justice & Municipal Center will once again have a delayed opening of  10 AM.

Thank you and please drive safely.

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