The Public Works Department is responsible for snow removal on 286 lane miles of roadway and 144 cul-de-sacs utilizing ten trucks. The City follows the guidelines per the Winter Weather Policy to provide the most effective snow removal operation possible.
Public Works staff monitors all weather forecasts and road conditions before, during, and after an event to determine the best course of action. Periodic notifications will be posted on this website and Facebook detailing where crews are at in the process.
Emergency / Priority Snow Route Map(PDF, 4MB)
Route Map(PDF, 4MB)
The City of Belton streets are divided into two different categories based on the street function, traffic volume, and importance to the welfare of the community. Accordingly, these categories are designed to provide the maximum possible coverage to higher-volume, safety- sensitive areas first.
- Emergency Snow Routes / Primary - Thoroughfares and Main Collectors: These roadways are considered to be the highest priority and shall be completed first during plowing operations.
- Residential - Streets and cul-de-sacs not classified as an emergency snow route or primary route will be completed after emergency snow routes/primary routes are cleared. Depending upon the amount of snow and funding, City Staff may utilize outside resources to assist clearing cul-de-sacs.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is responsible for plowing and treatment of I-49, 58 Highway, and Y Highway through the City of Belton. Valuable information is available on the Missouri Department of Transportation(MoDOT) website regarding road conditions throughout the State.
MoDOT Travel Conditions Map
(888)-ASK MoDOT (275-6636)