February 12, 2014
To keep major roads clear of ice and snow, Johns Creek is supplementing its spreader trucks with two motor-graders and a bladed truck. As of 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, roads in Johns Creek are increasingly slick but still open. City crews are concentrating on keeping major roads navigable.
Johns Creek Police have 10 units helping identify iced-over stretches of road. The City is employing three spreader trucks, and four smaller trucks for manually distributing salt and sand. Gov. Nathan Deal and City officials encourage everyone to stay off the roads today.
Power outages remain a possibility. Georgia Power customers can report or monitor outages by visiting Georgia Power's website
For the latest information on Johns Creek road conditions during the winter storm, visit www.JohnsCreekGA.gov,
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Residents and businesses can sign up for free severe weather warning alerts at CodeRED (select Winter Storm as one of the warnings you would like to receive).
Subscribers to the City's News Flashes will receive regular updates on road conditions. Citizens can sign up online
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for icy road conditions, road/lane closures, road work projects or other incidents that may affect your drive or neighborhood.