How does GTCRC prioritize snow and ice removal?

Safety is the GTCRC’s top priority and when a storm hits and crews are tasked each day to keep roads as clear as possible. GTCRC performs winter maintenance activities in accordance with the following hierarchy:

  • First Priority
    • State Trunklines and Emergency Routes
    • Primary Local Roads
  • Second Priority
    • Other (Non-Primary) Local Paved Roads
  • Third Priority
    • Subdivisions 
    • Gravel roads

Crews will begin on the First Priority and will advance to the Second Priority once clear.   Similarly, crews will not advance to Third Priority until First and Second are clear.   If it starts to snow again, GTCRC crews may leave lower priority roads to service the higher priority.

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1. How does GTCRC prioritize snow and ice removal?
2. When will GTCRC plow my subdivision or gravel road?
3. A GTCRC truck knocked down my mailbox, will you fix it?
4. Why do snowplows block my driveway with snow?
5. I pay property taxes, why don’t I get snow removal service?
6. Is it legal to pass a snowplow?
7. Why is that plow truck going so fast?
8. Why would salt be spread on a road after the winter storm is over?