DULUTH, MN-- The City of Duluth reports 90% of its residential roads have been cleared as of 3 p.m. Tuesday.
For streets that still aren't clear, city officials say it's likely that cars are parked on either side of the road, and plows cannot access areas without the vehicles being removed.
City officials say they hope to reach those areas by Wednesday morning.
They're asking people to move cars to the odd side of the street if their street has been plowed, or move them to the odd side of the closest road to where they are located.
If cars are buried because of snow, the city is asking residents "to make every best effort to move the vehicle in a reasonable amount of time; otherwise, enforcement will take place."
DULUTH, MN-- City of Duluth officials are reporting that they hope to have all residential streets plowed by 6 p.m. Tuesday.
As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, city officials say more than 60 percent of residential streets have been plowed.
According to a new release, city officials have been able to fix or replace graders that needed mechanical repairs in the last two days. They say 21 out of 22 graders back on the streets.
Front end loaders and nine sanding trucks are also out on the streets
Alleys that haven't already been cleared will be cleared starting on Wednesday.