The city's Public Works Department is geared up for the winter season with its snow and ice-control program. During a snowstorm, the goal is to clear Priority 1 streets first. Once all Priority 1 streets are considered passable, crews will begin plowing and de-icing Priority 2 and Priority 3 streets as needed. When Littleton receives six or more inches of snow and once all Priority 1, 2 and 3 streets have been cleared, crews may plow the center of the residential streets.
The city's preparedness includes:
The Colorado Department of Transportation manages snow and ice control on Santa Fe Drive, Belleview Avenue (east of Federal Boulevard), Platte Canyon Road and C-470.
For pedestrians safety, residents and businesses are required to remove snow from sidewalks and other public right-of-ways on their property (including RTD bus stops) within a reasonable amount of time after every snowfall. For more information view the City Code (8-1-4).
Contact the city with snow related issues via SeeClickFix
Snow route priority map (larger image)(PDF, 1MB)