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Madera County Thanks All Public Works Staff and Contractors

MADERA COUNTY — A special THANK YOU to all Public Works staff and contractors who have been working tirelessly over the past week to clear the vast accumulation of snow from this winter storm!
– Agee Construction
– Alliance Construction Solutions Inc.
– American Paving
– Arbor Works
– Avision Construction Inc.
– Cal Valley Paving
– Christian Dozer & Trucking Inc.
– Granite
– Northwestern Electric Inc
– Richie lest Farms
– Tally Oil, Inc.
– Teichert
– Yarbs Grading and Paving
We have now cleared over 300 miles of roads to ensure the safest of travel for emergency responders, utility vehicles, and essential travelers only. We will continue working 24/7 throughout the weekend and beyond.
SNOW REMOVAL UPDATE for 3/3/23 @ 4:30 p.m.:
– Widened Road 432 through Pines Tract from Falls Beach to Pines Village
– Opened up and widened Pines Tract in Willow Cove
– Opened/widened Road 226 in the North Fork area and Manzanita Lake Area
– Cleared Cedar Valley
– Cleared Sky Ranch (Rd 632) and side roads up to USFS limits
– Clearing and widening inside roads and subdivisions off Road 222 from SR 41 up to Chepo Saddle
– Continued sanding roads as needed.
– Continue to focus on widening our main lines tonight and tomorrow in preparation for the next predicted storm
– Sand roads as needed.
Public Works continues coordinating efforts with PG & E, and the Madera County Office of Emergency Services (OES). With a new storm predicted over the weekend, our Public Works Department will be answering your storm-related calls on both Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at (559)675-7811.
If you are in need of assistance, or supplies, or require shelter, please get in touch with the Madera County Office of Emergency Services at (559)675-7770.
All Photos Courtesy Of Madera County
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Courtesy of Madera County

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