Weather forecasters are predicting that approximately 2 inches of snow will fall in the Lexington area between now and early Wednesday, Feb. 1.
Under the city’s snow plan, only Rank 1-4 streets will be plowed when Lexington gets between 1 and 4 inches of snow.
Rank 1 streets are plowed first, followed by 2, 3 and then 4. All roads are plowed only when accumulation is more than 8 inches, as happened during the city’s first major snow of the season.
- Rank 1 streets are the main roads in and out of the city. Examples include Main Street, Harrodsburg Road and Newtown Pike. Most Rank 1 roads are also snow emergency routes.
- Rank 2 streets, such as Rosemont Garden and Bryan Avenue, connect Rank 1 roads and provide access to large commercial areas with offices and stores.
- Rank 3 streets are main collector routes that connect residential areas to Rank 1 and 2 roads. Examples include Zandale Drive, Appian Way and Buck Lane.
- Rank 4 streets are local collector streets within subdivisions, which allow residents access to main roads.
Please do not park along ranked roads; this allows plows to work more quickly.
Citizens and businesses can also help keep Lexington moving by keeping their sidewalks clear.
The full snow plan, along with maps of ranked roads and emergency snow routes, can be found at www.lexingtonky.gov/snowplan.
Questions and snow-related service requests can be directed to LexCall at 311 or (859) 425-2255.