City of Plano provides winter weather update for Wednesday

DALLAS (KDAF) – The City of Plano released a winter weather update Wednesday afternoon and roads are reported to be slippery, especially along elevated surfaces. Authorities are working to sand the roads, even still drivers are encouraged to remain cautious and allow extra time when braking and keep space between other vehicles.

If a tree is blocking a sidewalk, roadway or alley, you are asked to move it, if it is small and you can do so safely, or report the downed tree to Public Works at 972-769- 4140. If you see downed power lines, move away, keep others away, and call 911 immediately.

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the city ​​reports“Our Public Safety and Public Works teams are dealing with multiple traffic accidents, icy bridges, slips and falls. If you must drive, drive with caution. Leave plenty of space between other vehicles. Be extremely careful on raised surfaces Do not accelerate or brake suddenly.

Several municipal buildings closed at 3 p.m.:

  • All Plano recreation facilities including all scheduled programs
  • All Plano Public Library Locations
  • Plano Animal Shelter

The garbage routes will be completed on Wednesday and the collection of recyclable materials will resume on Friday since the treatment center is closed. “No garbage collection on Thursday. These carts will be served on Friday. No collection of recyclable materials on Thursday. The recycling center remains closed. We will undertake the maintenance of these carts on Friday, possibly until Saturday.

The Plano Night Warming Station at 3528 E. 14th Street will be open day and night. “Although the city will remain open, weather conditions could impact operations tomorrow. Please follow the City’s social media channels and check your emails for additional updates. Sign up for City Call to stay informed as well:

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