CLEVELAND — The City of Cleveland released their final update on snow removal as they work to clear side streets in Northeast Ohio’s first winter storm of the year.
The emergency parking ban is still in effect, officials said.
There are a total of 65 available trucks and more than 11,000 tons of salt to help fight icy roadways.
The snow removal began with the main roads and transitioned to clear residential and side streets as of 10:30 a.m., according to officials.
There are 60 trucks deployed on city streets loaded with salt working to keep the roads clear and safe, officials said.
Cuyahoga County does not issue snow emergency levels.