What about park and trail plowing?

The Parks Department is responsible for clearing nearly 150 miles of trails, sidewalks, and parking lots across the city during a snowstorm. There are three categories of routes, prioritized by safety. 

  • Priority 1 Routes are cleared first; these are trails connecting to schools and recreation centers. 
  • Priority 2 Routes are cleared second; these are primary use trails and system trails. 
  • Priority 3 Routes are cleared third; these are secondary use parks, internal and secondary trails. 

Visit the Parks and Trails Snow Clearing page for more information, including an interactive map of the three priority routes.

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1. What streets does the City plow?
2. What streets are plowed by CDOT?
3. What materials are used to treat roads during a storm?
4. Can I report icing problems in my neighborhood?
5. How do I report unshoveled sidewalks?
6. How do I sign up for alerts about a winter weather emergency?
7. Can I get help shoveling my sidewalks?
8. What about park and trail plowing?