SNOW EMERGENCY REMAINS IN EFFECT
The snow emergency within the City of Livonia remains in effect. All vehicles parked in the roadway must be removed. Vehicles not removed from the street shall be subject to ticketing and/or towing.
The situation as of 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 29th:
County-maintained roads throughout Livonia have been plowed but remain snow covered. Livonia-maintained snow routes have been plowed and treated throughout the night and with the salt will become wet pavement.
Snow plow crews worked the entire day on Monday continually re-plowing snow routes and the snowstorm finally ended Monday evening after the evening commute. With the deep freeze imminent, it has been imperative to address snow routes and the routes have been worked on all night long. Salt will soon become ineffective for several days. Contracted graders have been in neighborhoods all night long plowing streets and city-wide snow plowing efforts will continue throughout Tuesday and well into Tuesday evening.
As a reminder, most major roads in Livonia are maintained by Wayne County including Grand River, Eight Mile, Seven Mile, Six Mile, Five Mile, Plymouth, Ann Arbor Road, Joy, Haggerty, Wayne south of Plymouth, Farmington, Merriman, Middlebelt and Inkster.
Livonia crews maintain Schoolcraft, Newburgh, Ann Arbor Trail, Levan, Stark, half-mile roads such as West Chicago, Lyndon, Hubbard and neighborhood streets.