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Quick Answers to Residents’ Questions Following Snowfall 

Quick Answers to Residents’ Questions Following Snowfall 

A big snow can often leave us like deer in the headlights – confused by how to respond to the inclement weather. But Peoria Public Works is reminding residents of a few things they should know about caring for their properties and surrounding walkways before the next snow. Top Five Responses to Questions from […]

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Winter Weather Planning: Snow Update – February 19, 8:15 a.m.

February 19, 2021 | 8:15 a.m. Peoria Public Works Snow Fighters are finished plowing residential side streets and alleys. Today, Friday, February 19, crews will revert to filling potholes and making snow prep efforts in advance of Sunday’s forecast snowfall. The storm system Sunday and Sunday night […]

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Single Digit Temps Serve as Reminder to Residents

Single Digit Temps Serve as Reminder to Residents

Be informed and prepared; updated winter webpage provides information and resources This week’s single digit temperatures, negative wind chills and weekend snow forecast serve as a reminder of the need for accurate information and up to date community resources.  Peoria Public Works has a newly revised winter weather planning webpage that provides just that – an abundance of information and resources for those in need of help […]

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Storm Debris Stacking Up: Weekend Work Yields Piles of Waste

Storm Debris Stacking Up: Weekend Work Yields Piles of Waste

City’s Public Works team continues collection efforts week of Jan. 11        Last week’s collection of storm debris has taken the piles of brush, limbs and branches at the Dries Lane and Darst Street facilities to new heights. Over the January 9-10 weekend, Public Works crews easily collected approximately 250 truckloads of storm debris throughout Peoria neighborhoods. Altogether workers collected waste […]

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Storm Debris Collection to Begin Friday, Jan. 8 – Track Your Route via New Interactive Web Map 

Storm Debris Collection to Begin Friday, Jan. 8 – Track Your Route via New Interactive Web Map 

City’s Public Works team to cover cleanup efforts; provide unique services following winter weather    PEORIA – January 7, 2021 – Storm debris collection will begin on Friday, January 8, continue through the weekend and into next week following numerous reports of downed trees, limbs/branches throughout the city of Peoria. The damages are a […]

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Public Works Snow Fighters Transitioning to Storm Cleanup Efforts  

City to provide storm debris cleanup following week of winter weather events   PEORIA – January 4, 2021 – The city of Peoria Public Works Department is receiving numerous calls and concerns about storm debris on private properties following the past week’s extreme winter weather events.     Ice buildup on trees […]

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Winter Weather Ahead: Advisory Issued

Drivers to encounter poor road conditions; snow plows beginning Tuesday, Dec. 29 The city of Peoria is set to ring in the 2021 New Year with snow on the ground. While Peoria had a small run-in with flurries in early December, the City has not yet experienced a significant winter weather event this season. Starting Tuesday, […]

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Collision Alert Issued for City of Peoria 7am, 12/16/20

The Peoria Police Department has issued a traffic collision alert for the City of Peoria. Citizens that are involved in vehicle crashes, where no one is injured and all vehicles are drivable, should exchange information and report the accident in person to the Peoria Police Department at […]

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Public Works Celebrates No Snow November

Flakes hold off for December or later The city of Peoria did not encounter significant snowfall or accumulation in November as it has in years past. This is the first time the cold season has not swept through prematurely in several years and forced Public Works into […]

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Sunny Skies Mark Winter Weather Preparedness Month

Sunny Skies Mark Winter Weather Preparedness Month

This week’s warm temperatures may make it hard to believe that it is Winter Weather Preparedness Month in Illinois. Illinoisans know looks can be deceiving when it comes to forecasts and it is best to be prepared for the unknown. Winter Weather Straight Ahead The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA), National Weather Service (NWS) and City will highlight […]

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