CENTERVILLE CITY (News4Utah)- In an effort to keep plow drivers safe, officials in Centerville City have made some changes to the snow plow schedule.
To reduce drowsy driving the city has limited the number of hours snow plow drivers can stay behind the wheel.
Drivers will now be limited to ten hours. As a result, the city says dead end road and cul-de-sacs will be plowed last.
“The Public Works and Police Department have prioritized each City street for snowplowing based on the amount of usage of the street,” the city’s website says.
City officials say the cul-de-sacs will not be plowed unless there is at least four inches of snow.
“There are over 100 cul-de-sacs in the City and due to having to use smaller trucks, blades and limited space to store snow, they can take up to 20 to 30 minutes to plow EACH,” they said.
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