Where Does All The City Snow Go?In the downtown areas, St. Paul and Minneapolis will truck snow to locations they’d rather not share.
Lambeau Needs Snow Shovelers Before Vikings-Packers GameLambeau Field is looking for shovelers to clear snow ahead of Sunday night's regular season finale between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings. A snowstorm dumped more than 13 inches of snow on Green Bay earlier this week.
Warmer Weather Could Mean Extra Cash For MnDOTMinnesota’s Department of Transportation is hoping the warmer weather over the next couple of weeks marks the end of winter weather. This winter is a big contrast to last year's unusually harsh winter that forced MnDOT to blow past its budget by tens of millions of dollars.
Reality Check: Last Winter's Snow Removal Cost Minnesota $136MTwo words we learned last year that we hope we don't hear again anytime soon: Polar Vortex. Last winter set new records for Minnesota cold, and now we've learned it also set a new record for how much money was spent on snow and ice removal.
Lack Of Snow Causes Mpls. Crews To Shift FocusSo far it's been the tale of two winters in much of the state. We are more than a foot below where we normally are for snowfall total right now. Last year it was a different story. By the end of winter, we were above average for snowfall totals
Minn. Disability Council: Please Keep Sidewalks Clear It's been a rough winter to get around for everyone, but it can be especially tough for people with disabilities. The Minnesota State Council on Disability reminded people Friday about the importance of clearing out sidewalks, curbs and transit stops. Council member Colleen Casey says people with disabilities, like herself, need a clear path to be able get to work, school or the grocery store.
Where Does The Snow Go In Minneapolis?Minneapolis is known as the City of Lakes, but lately it's looked more like the city of snow. Lisa McCulloch says the snow piles are in the way of everyone's day-to-day operations. "That's all you see are snow piles. You trudge over them to keep walking on the sidewalks," McCulloch said. "Driving, I'd feel like I can't quite see around that corner or I'm not sure if somebody is coming."
Snow Removal Companies Celebrate Winter's ArrivalA storm expected to dump three to six inches in the Twin Cities metro and heavier snow in northern suburbs is good news for a business that is almost entirely dependent on weather.
Important Questions To Ask Before Signing A LeaseIf you're looking for a place to rent, keep this list of questions handy.
Snow On The Way Is Bringing Cheers To Local BusinessesSnow removal hasn’t been a big problem these days, a fact not lost on Lorene Hanson. She’s the president of Track in Bloomington, which specializes in the sales of Snowcats, snowmobile and ski run groomers.
Where Does The Saved Snow Removal Money Go?It’s been such a mild winter, plows that are usually mounted on city salt and sand trucks are sitting idle, lined up in a row inside a city garage.
With Lack Of Snow, Minnesota Cities Saving Money The lack of snow may be costing some businesses a lot of money, but it is having the opposite effect for many cities.