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Snow and Ice Control

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News and Updates

During a snow/ice event, we will post road condition updates, Monday - Friday, on the Winter Weather Road Report webpage.

You can also view road conditions at points around town through our real-time Street Snow Cams.


The City maintains 340 miles of centerline roadway in Longmont. About half of this - 140 miles - is plowed as part of the annual Snow & Ice Control Program.

Snow & Ice Control is funded through the City’s Street Fund Sales and Use Tax, 3/4 of a cent on every dollar purchase in Longmont. This voter approved tax must cover a wide range of transportation projects and maintenance needs. Approximately $750,000 to $1,000,000 is spent each year on snow and ice operations. Learn more on the City Budget Office webpage.

Core Objectives

  • Provide access to emergency services.
  • Maintain the safest possible flow of commuter traffic through the city during the storm, emphasizing access to bus routes and schools.
  • Restore normal driving conditions as soon as possible after the storm has ended.

Learn More

Download our Snow Savvy Guide for residents:

English  |  Español

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