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City Level 2 Snow Emergency ends, Level 1 still in effect

A city snowplow clears the roadway at the intersection of Burma Avenue and Highway 14-16 on Dec. 14 (Ryan Lewallen/County 17)

GILLETTE, Wyo. – The City of Gillette has announced that the Level 2 Snow Emergency declaration has been downgraded to Level 1. 

As of 4 p.m. Dec. 14, City Administrator Hyun Kim has called an end to the city’s Level 2 Snow Emergency declaration; however, a Level 1 Snow Emergency remains in effect, according to a Dec. 14 release from the City of Gillette.

“Citizens are asked to continue to exercise caution when traveling throughout the city with plow crews are still at work,” the city said. 

With a Level 1 Snow Emergency, the city says, parking is prohibited on designated snow removal routes which are located along the following roadways:

  • 6th Street from Burma Avenue to Gillette Avenue. 
  • 4th Street from 4-J Road to Gurley Avenue.
  • Gurley Avenue from 12th Street to 4th Street. 
  • 4-J Road from 2nd Street to 8th Street. 
  • Brooks Avenue from 2nd Street to Warlow. 
  • 9th Street from Butler Spaeth to Highway 59. 
  • Foothills Boulevard from Highway 14-16 to Echeta Road. 8.) 7th Street from Highway 59 to 4-J Road.

The city will make another announcement through local media, the city website, and social media when the Level 1 Snow Emergency Declaration has ended, per the release.

Campbell County’s Level 2 closures will continue for today and will be dropped with the resumption of normal operating schedules on Dec. 15.