• Local street(marked in blue on the map below) plowing may not begin until after the snow has stopped
  • The arterial and collector streets(marked in red on the map below) have a priority over local streets and must be plowed continually to provide for emergency access
  • The average winter storm of four to six inches of snow requires a minimum of two days plowing after the snow has stopped falling to clear a path on all streets

Snow Plowing Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

  • Deep Well Ranch Road

    Grove Avenue

    Granite Dells Parkway

    Gurley Street

    Iron Springs Road

    Montezuma Street

    Miller Valley Road

    Mt. Vernon Street (Gurley to Senator Highway)

    Prescott Lakes Parkway

    Sheldon Street (SR69 to Montezuma)


    Whipple Street

    Williamson Valley Road

    Willow Creek Road

    Willow Lake Road

    White Spar Road

    Copper Basin Rd

    Sunrise Blvd

    Lee Blvd



Current Progress

  • Major Roads: In Progress
  • Local Roads: In Progress

Most Recent Update

New updates will be posted between 8-9 a.m. and 3-4 p.m. (twice per day).

March 13, 2019 08:00 AM

We have plow crews on the streets at this time and will continue to operate as weather conditions warrant. We don’t anticipate any significant accumulations, however winter driving conditions are expected to continue throughout the morning and into the early afternoon. Please drive with extra caution and leave time to arrive at your destination safely.

(Previous updates below map)

Snowplow Map