Winter Storm Watch in Effect Until 7 a.m. Thursday

35th District Court closes; City of Plymouth monitoring storm, clearing roads as snow accumulates.

From the City of Plymouth:

Snow has started to fall here in the City of Plymouth and we are expecting a total storm accumulation of up to six inches, with one to two inches falling this afternoon and the remainder during the overnight hours. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch that will remain in effect until 7 a.m. on Thursday.

City Municipal Services crews are prepared for the winter weather as plows have been mounted on some trucks and the salt trucks are prepared as well. Full supplies of salt and other deicing materials are on hand with several hundreds of tons of salt and supplies in storage. All major streets in the city have been salted and crews will continue to monitor the storm situation. Crews are also working on clearing any snow/ice from City sidewalks as well as the Central Parking Deck. 

The Plymouth Cultural Center and Ice Arena is open normal hours this week. Open Skating Information is available on its website.

Plymouth City Hall Offices are open this week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. You can also make tax payments either online (with a service fee) or by using the City Hall Drop Box located in the Church Street lobby of City Hall or by using the Library Drop Box next to the drive up book drop. 

We have reports that the 35th District Court has closed due to the weather and they are anticipated to re-open on Thursday afternoon. Contact the court at 734-459-4740 for complete operating hours and specific information related to the court. 
Contractor crews are continuing to work on Linden Street as they are working on televising both the sanitary and storm sewers on this street in anticipation of next summer’s street paving project. The results of this project will be used to make determinations on underground repairs to sewer systems during next summer’s paving program.


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