City of Janesville Asking For Plowing Patience

The City of Janesville is reminding its residents that if your street has not been plowed yet, that that is on purpose. Residential streets are not usually able to be plowed until after the storm has stopped. Plows in Janesville have been out through the night taking care of the main streets and have begun moving to the residential streets. There are over 330 miles of streets in Janesville, so the city is asking for patience as it might be a while before your street is plowed.

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