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Transportation

Snow and ice

This year is different Will roads to your neighborhood be open Frequently-Asked Questions Are you prepared for a big snowstorm

This winter will bring new challenges for transportation in King County. In a countywide snow and ice event this winter, fewer roads will be plowed than in past seasons. The likelihood that you could be snowbound or disconnected from the road network is greater this year than in years past.

Plan now so you are prepared during a snow and ice storm. Learn why snow removal services will be reduced this season and how to prepare for winter's arrival.

2010 snow routes
2010 Snow routes in a countywide event
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2013-14 snow routes
2013-14 Snow routes in a countywide event
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Snow and ice briefing video

Watch as Brenda Bauer, director of the King County Road Services Division, briefs the Metropolitan King County Council about the division's 2013-14 snow and ice response plans - launch the video. (.mpg)

Snow and ice briefing video

Contact us

For additional information, please send us an email or call 206-296-8100 or 1-800-KC-ROADS.



Information from the Road Services Division's website is available to people with disabilities in alternate formats upon request by calling 206-477-3839 or 711 for the TTY relay service.

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Also on this site

Winter update

Winter update
Oct. 31 winter update

Will your route be clear this winter?

2013 and 2014 routes
Primary routes for plowing
and sanding in a countywide
snow and ice event

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Contact us

For additional information, please send us an email or call 206-296-8100 or 1-800-KC-ROADS.