From email sent by Ann Arbor City Council member Christopher Taylor (D-3d Ward).
Here is a quick update for you about the snow and the City’s response.
As of 9:00 pm, we have had 11+ inches of snow. We have not declared a formal snow emergency and street parking is unrestricted.
All City facilities will be open Monday and trash collection will run on its ordinary schedule.
Road crews are out working 12 – 14 hour shifts. The day shift had 14 trucks assigned to Major roadways until noon, then dropped down to 12 trucks to accommodate schedule changes necessary to bolster the night shift. Our night shift began at 6pm with a regular staff of 14 trucks assigned to Majors. The Major road staff will start using sand/salt mix around midnight. Additional staff will be assigned to work on locals during the night. Local plowing will begin with Monday and Tuesday trash collection routes, and then continue throughout the City.
The Snow Desk (994-SNOW) will be staffed 7am - 11pm thru Wednesday to answer resident questions and to report concerns.
As ever, let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Stay warm and if you must travel, drive carefully.