INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Department of Public Works crews are preparing for potential winter weather conditions Sunday evening and into Monday morning.
Starting at 11 a.m. Sunday, 80 plow truck drivers will work 12-hour shifts to begin pre-treating major thoroughfares and secondary streets into Tuesday morning, according to a press release from Indianapolis DPW.
Once plow trucks start pre-treating the roads, the Indy Snow Force Viewer, an online system which allows people to track plow trucks, will be activated, according to the release.
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Additional staff members will also be on standby for other potential issues, like storm water issues and traffic signal issues, according to the release.
If you need to report tree debris or high water, Indianapolis DPW is asking for residents to call the Mayor's Action Center at 317-327-4622 or report the issues online.