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Public Works

Snow and Ice Removal

When it snows, we share the load to keep our community safe.

Report Snow/Ice Removal questions or concerns

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Snow Removal Emergencies
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Because every snowstorm is different – temperature, moisture content, wind velocity, and storm duration, etc. – we implement a snow removal plan unique to each storm. The primary focus is always on public safety. Plows will be out until all roads are plowed.

Online form to submit your questions or concerns about snow removal here.

Snow Removal Priorities and Safety

Douglas County is responsible for snow removal in the unincorporated areas of Douglas County, including plowing roads and neighborhoods in Highlands Ranch. 

Snow Removal Priorities and Safety

Citizen Snow Removal Responsibilities

Snow and ice on sidewalks create a dangerous situation — for all ages, but especially for children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities who are more susceptible to injury. 

Citizen Snow Removal Responsibilities

Snow Removal Frequently Asked Questions

View answers to the most common questions about snow removal in unincorporated Douglas County.

Frequently Asked Questions

Snow removal priority interactive map

The Snow Removal and Route Priority map provide information about Douglas County's snow removal network and priority schedule. Instructions: In the upper right, click on Map Gallery and scroll to Snow Removal Route Priority, enter your address on the left-hand side. Zoom in on a location to view route priority.

Interactive Snow Removal Map

CDOT COTrip - Winter Driving Information

Your go to resource for winter road closures, conditions, and snow plow information across Colorado.