DPW Update

Jan 24, 2016 6:00 AM – The snow has effectively ended with the exception of some sporadic snow showers. The roads are generally open and in good shape. DPW crews are continuing to work to clean up any remaining problem areas, widen the roads, and push back corners. We expect this process to continue for another couple hours.
Jan 24, 2016 1:00 AM – The main and secondary roads plows are still at it. The snow has lightened up considerably (reports show it snowing lightly until approximately 7:00 AM), and the combination of material and continuous plowing is starting to really show on the mains. Most are pushed back, and many are showing a lot of bare pavement. Efforts to improve the condition on secondary roads, and further clean up main roads, will continue until well after sunrise.

Jan 23, 2016 10:00 PM – The main and secondary plows are still out working on their routes, and drivers have reported that during this recent period of lighter snowfall they have been catching up. With a recent application of material on the mains, the inspectors are reporting that some are melting to pavement. Even so, it is predicted that we will get additional bands of heavy snow, so it is best if you can stay off the roads, and refrain from parking on Main Street Hyannis between midnight and 6:00 AM

Winter Storm Jonas

DPW STORM UPDATE!

Jan 23, 2016 3:00 PM – Good afternoon, Winter Storm Jonas is upon us. The DPW pretreated the main roads this morning. Plowing of main and secondary roads has begun. Latest forecasts indicate that there will be significant snow fall after dark, with between 1-3 inches an hour. If at all possible, please plan to be off the roads. The Town will update their website throughout the storm.