Framingham DPW Working Roads Since 7 a.m.

FRAMINGHAM – The Town of Framingham has had more than 100 pieces of equipment working on keep the roads clear of snow since early this morning, Feb. 9.

The Governor has requested that residents in the Commonwealth stay off the roads so crews can get the job done.

Framingham Highway Director Dan Nau said he has had crews out sanding since 7 a.m. and plowing since 9 a.m.

The Town of Framingham had 118 pieces of equipment out on the road, said Nau, just after 4 p.m.

Framingham DPW is responsible for plowing more than 500 lane miles in town.

After that, they will be working to clear more than 90 miles of sidewalks, and clear school drop off and pick up zones.

“Roads will be driveable in the morning,” said Nau. “However, some sidewalks will still be in progress.”

Nau said he was worried about the winds, and drifting snow overnight.

Framingham did not collect trash or recyclables on Thursday, but was scheduled to collect trash again on Friday morning. The Town is on a one-day delayed collection the rest of this week.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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