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Minneapolis To Replace, Modify Snow Emergency Signs

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The City of Minneapolis plans to replace all 5,500 Snow Emergency Route signs.

The replacement signs will have a new type of longer-lasting sheeting and will have a better reflective material, which will enhance their visibility on dark winter nights. The signs will also include the Snow Emergency hotline: 612-348-SNOW.

The old signs won’t go to waste. They’ll be taken to the City’s sign shop, stripped, reprinted with new messages and reused along Minneapolis streets.

For more information on Minneapolis snow emergencies, click here.

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