CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland city crews have been working around the clock since a winter storm buried neighborhoods in snow.
Many people have been asking about the status of those side streets.
Monday, the city gave several updates on its progress.
In the morning, the city reported 73% of residential streets were plowed and salted.
The city reported several dozen trucks were combing the streets with plows and salt.
Most main streets were looking pretty good Sunday, but with continued lake effect snow, more clearing was needed.
On Monday night, the City of Cleveland gave an update and said the city has completed plowing all 8,000 residential side streets and continues snow removal operations on residential side streets.
The snow emergency parking ban is in effect until 7 a.m. Tuesday.