City of Cleveland: Snow removal operation moves to residential streets
CLEVELAND — The city of Cleveland is continuing with snow removal in response to the weekend winter storm.
The city said Sunday that they have 65 trucks, 7 road graders, several pick-ups and more than 11,000 tons of salt to execute their clean-up.
Currently, the second shift has 60 trucks loaded with salt on the city streets.
As of 10:30 a.m. Sunday, after servicing the main roads, snow removal officials transitioned to servicing residential streets.
Meanwhile, the city’s emergency parking ban remains in effect.