Snow Status (Dec. 8, 8 a.m.): Phase 2 Primary Routes. As of 8 a.m., snow crews are treating only primary (red) and secondary (blue) arterials. VDOT is treating VDOT roads. Our Report a Snow Issue form will be unavailable until Monday, Dec. 9 due to previously scheduled maintenance on GIS applications.
View current road conditions in TrafficLand's live traffic camera center.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation in our efforts to provide the best snow removal services to our communities.
|Arlington County||Resident Responsibility|
|Phase 1: Alert||A winter weather storm has been forecasted for the region. Snow crews are on alert and treating roads where necessary.|
|Phase 2: Primary Routes|
Roads may only be passable with one lane in each direction. Roads may be icy and have accumulations of 2-4 inches or greater. Residential streets are snow covered.
|Phase 3: Residential Streets|
Snow crews are treating and plowing residential streets.
Residential streets may only be passable with one lane. Primary (red) and secondary (blue) arterial roads are being widened to the shoulder.
|Phase 4: Clean Up|
Snow crews are currently working on clean up operations. Ice and slush is being removed off of roads after treatment and sun has been allowed to work.
County staff will work to remove snow from schools and county property.
To report snow issues, please fill out our online "Report a Snow Issue" form 24 hours after the snow has stopped falling.
For snow service updates, call (703) 228-6485 (TDD during business hours is 703-228-4611). During minor storms there is no recorded message and the phone line is answered directly.
Has it been at least 48 hours since you reported a snow issue and still have questions about snow removal on your street? "Like" Arlington County Environmental Services on Facebook or follow @ArlingtonDES on Twitter and send us a message. We'll respond back as soon as possible with an update.
SNOW CREWS AT WORK
SNOW RESOURCESSnow & Ice Central
Public Schools 866-322-4277
Parks & Recreation 703-228-4715
Downed Power Lines
Dominion Power 888-667-3000
Washington Gas 703-750-1400
Towed Cars During Snow Emergency