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Mill Creek prepares for snow

Weather watch prompts de-icing activity


Last updated 2/12/2021 at 8:22am

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Cold weather means the roads can get dangerous. City officials caution that when snow arrives, drivers should allow more time, or stay home if a trip is not needed.

Editor's note: the City of Mill Creek issued the following press release:

The City of Mill Creek Public Works Department is monitoring the National Weather Service winter storm watch in effect from Feb. 12 until Feb. 13, 2021.

As a precautionary measure, the pre-treatment of applying deicer to arterial routes within the city limits, including State Route 527 and State Route 96, has started in preparation of freezing conditions and snow. Procedures are in alignment with Snohomish County Road Maintenance.

Upon accumulation of snow, the Public Works team will mobilize to clear the roadways. P...

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