CLEVELAND — The City of Cleveland is continuing its snow removal operations on residential side streets after a winter storm brought significant snow to the area over the weekend.
As of 7 p.m. Monday, all 8,000 residential streets have been plowed and salted, according to a news release from the city.
The emergency parking ban remains in effect across the city.
Snow removal operations will continue to salt the roads, officials said.
The city currently has 48 available trucks, seven road graders and several pick-ups with more than 10,000 tons of salt.
The time frame for snow removal when the city gets more than 6 inches of snow are 8 to 16 hours for main streets, and 48 to 72 hours for residential streets, according to the city.