Current Snow Plowing Status

This page was created to keep citizens of St. Thomas informed about the status of plowing, sanding and salting of the road system in the City of St. Thomas.  Visit this page for frequent updates during a snow event.

FYI:  Roads are plowed according to a Minimum Maintenance Standard.  In General, higher speed and higher volume roads are plowed first.  For more information on Minimum Maintenance Standards plowing, salting and sanding, please visit the Winter Maintenance Page.

December 15, 2017

All streets were plowed and salted and all priority sidewalks have been cleared as of Thursday.  All local streets have an plowed to an acceptable level of snow pack.  The clearing of the remaining sidewalks, bus stops and shelters will take place today.

December 14, 2017

Plows were again out at midnight, and as of 6:00 am all major arterial and collector roads had been plowed and salted.  Crews have started the local roads and will soon be completed.  Sidewalk plows have been in the downtown area salting and sanding and by 7:30 am all Sidewalk plows will be out on their routes.

December 13, 2017

Plows were out at midnights last night plowing and salting all parking lots and Major streets.  As of 5:00 am crews were out plowing the local streets.  Downtown sidewalks have been plowed and all sidewalk plows will be out as of 7:30 am.

December 12, 2017

Snow plows were sent out at 4:00 am this morning.  All Major Roads have been salted once, and Major roads have been plowed.  Sidewalks in the downtown area have been plowed and all Sidewalk routes have been started as of 7:30 am.  Winter Maintenance will continue throughout the day.

November 10, 2017

Winter has arrived!  Crews are in and salting the roads.  Downtown sidewalks and parking lots will be salted throughout the day.

November 9, 2017

Today's forecast is calling for falling temperatures tonight and tomorrow and the possibility of snow.  In response to this forecast,  all bridge decks will be treated and Road Patrol will be out Friday morning.  All trucks are ready to respond to any adverse conditions that may arise.  Be Safe!