Snow Removal Continues in Duluth's Lincoln Park, Spirit Valley Neighborhoods

Created: 01/13/2014 2:21 PM

Related Story: Duluth Snow Removal Operations to Continue at least 1 Month

Maintenance crews in Duluth will be continuing snow removal this week in various locations around the city.

They were out Monday morning in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. Here's a look at the snow removal schedule for the rest of the week:

  • Tuesday, January 14 - Spirit Valley Business District
  • Wednesday, January 15 - Downtown Avenues and Superior Street from 10th Ave E to 4th Ave E
  • Thursday and Friday, January 16-17 - miscellaneous clean-up from the above areas

Snow removal generally begins at 2 a.m. and wraps up by 7 a.m.

Drivers should keep an eye out for no parking signs and move cars to avoid ticketing or towing.

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