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Roadway Conditions

   

*This page contains general storm information. Event specific information will be updated during the course of an event.

Winter Storm Information:


Current Roadway Images (Updated every 10 minutes):

S 288th St & Pacific Highway:

320th & Pacific Highway

S 320th St & Pacific Highway:

S 320th St & Pacific Highway

 S 348th St & 16th Ave S:

S 348th St & 16th Ave S

S 356th St & Pacific Highway:

S 356th St & Pacific Highway

S 356th St & 21st Ave SW:

S. 356th St. & 21st Ave SW.

S 340th St & Hoyt Rd:

S. 340th St. & Hoyt Rd.


Winter Storm Information & Roadway Impacts:

General Information

City crews perform ice prevention/remediation and snow removal on all public roadways. Priority is given to major arterials (See Snow Removal Map below) where there is the highest traffic volumes. 

Events over multiple days of accummulation and/or below freezing temperatures may require crews to continuously treat the major roadways. As resources allow, and once the arterials are passable, plowing and de-icing may be completed in residential areas, prioritizing neighborhood collector roads and hills. Roadways in residential areas may not be treated to a bare and wet level of service. 

 

Snow Removal Map

Ice Control / Brine Hot spot Map

 

Snow / Ice Fighting Update - December 23, 2022 7:52 AM

Overnight, there was an expected accumulation of snow and freezing rain on roadways. Federal Way Public Works has been working overnight to de-ice primary and secondary routes. Please continue to use caution if you are traveling. Temperatures are expected to rise this afternoon.

 

 

Residents can request a plow or de-icing for their street by submitting a Public Works Service Request (via Eyes on Federal Way).

As snow arrives, please help us keep the roads clear! We ask that motorists do not park or abandon their vehicles within any portion of the traffic lanes. Parked and abandoned vehicles impair snow and ice removal, impact response of emergency vehicles, and are subject to towing by the Police Department.

Snow fighting equipment has reduced visibility and we ask that if you see our trucks on the road you give them extra room to safely operate.

 


 
Sidewalks – Property Owners are Responsible
Adjacent property owners are responsible for clearing adjacent sidewalks.
 
 
 
 
For more information regarding sidewalk maintenance, click here.
 

Garbage & Recycling Collection Updates:

Waste Management publishes Service Alerts that affect Federal Way's garbage, recycling and yard waste collection. Please check their webpage for the most updated information.
http://servicealerts.wmnorthwest.com/federalway/

Weather-Related Service Alert FAQs

Tips for Setting Out Extra Material