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Anti-icing of the roadways begins before a snowfall, with the application of brine. Once the snow starts falling, Public Works typically begins plowing operations after two inches of snow has fallen, or sooner if road condition reports indicate the need. Plowing may be suspended between 8:00 pm and 4:00 am, depending on the severity of the snow event. Public Works crews aim to have all streets and cul-de-sacs cleared within a day after the snow stops falling.
No. Public Works plows over 70 miles of roadway in Roselle, but the main streets running through Roselle are handled by other agencies.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is responsible for state roads (Lake Street, Irving Park Road).
County transportation departments (DuPage and Cook) are responsible for county roads (Gary Avenue, Roselle Road, Nerge Road).
The Village is responsible for most of the side streets and residential areas, except for those governed by some local homeowners associations.
Street parking is prohibited any time after a 2-inch or more snowfall until the street has been plowed.