The City of Rogers begins plowing when snowfall reaches 2 inches, or when roadway conditions warrant a response by Public Works. Equipment dispatch is dependent upon timing and intensity, weather forecast, personnel and equipment availability, and street priority classification. Trails and sidewalks within arterial and collector streets, and those within school walking zones, are the City’s main priority to plow within a 24-hour period. Due to environmental concerns, sand/salt will be limited to steep grades, high volume intersections, school crossings, and icy patches on priority routes.
Read more: Winter Prep/Safety
To insure adequate water supply for fire protection and meet the seasonal peak water demands, the City of Rogers has implemented on-going odd/even sprinkling restrictions. Homes with even numbered addresses may sprinkle on even numbered days, and odd numbered addresses may sprinkle on odd numbered days.
Read more: Watering Restrictions