When a storm hits in Sheridan, the City's street crews have a priority of plowing the main thoroughfares to allow emergency vehicles to operate and ensuring routes to our public schools safe for travel. Next on the list are streets that are known to be dangerous when icy, like ones on a hill and others that are prone to accidents.
And Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says those crews do a great job during and after a storm ensuring those routes are safe for the traveling public.
But if you're curious about why your neighborhood street might still have packed snow and ice, Mayor Kinskey says the City just doesn't have the budget to plow every single street. He explains why that's the case - and what his hopes are for the future.
To view the City's official snow removal plan, including a map of the priority and secondary routes, click on the attachment below.