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City snow crews continue full callout to address primary and secondary roadways 

 Due to the current winter weather conditions, all City of Colorado Springs non-essential personnel are on a delayed start for the morning of Thursday, March 14. Non-essential personnel must report to work by 10 a.m. All emergency responders and essential personnel are required to report to work on time.  

For impacts to Mountain Metropolitan Bus schedules, visit 

The Colorado Springs Municipal Court will open at 10 a.m. Those scheduled for court Thursday morning, March 14, should report at 10 a.m. If you are unable to make it to court due to weather conditions, please contact the court at (719) 385-5922 for additional instruction. 

Thursday's Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Advisory Board meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m., in-person at 1401 Recreation Way. Meeting details can be found here.  

City snow crews are continuing a full callout of 51 snowplows for snow removal operations citywide and are working to clear primary and secondary roadways. Road conditions are slushy and deicing material is working at current temperatures. Please allow snow removal trucks space as they do their jobs.  

City officials ask that drivers use caution around working snowplows, allow plenty of room to pass and maintain a safe distance as crews have limited visibility. 

City Communications will continue to update the media and post current information on Official City sources for public information are:  

City Website
Winter Weather Hub:     

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