As the first snow flakes of the season have already hit the ground, here’s a reminder about the city’s Emergency Snow Routes. These are the first streets and roads to be cleared when wintry weather strikes.
You can help us in this task by remembering not to park on these streets when snow, ice or freezing rain is forecast.
Harrisonville’s Emergency Snow Routes are:
Waters Road from MO-291 to Jefferson Parkway
Jefferson Parkway from Waters Road to Locust Street
Locust Street from N Commercial Street to N Independence Street
Ash Street from N Independence Street to N King Avenue
N King Avenue from Ash Street to E Mechanic Street
Elm Street from E Mechanic Street to the eastern City limit
Bird Street from E Mechanic Street to E South Street
N Independence Street from Locust Street to W Mechanic Street
S Independence Street from W Mechanic Street to W South Street
N Commercial Street from MO-291 to W Wall Street
S Commercial Street from W Mechanic Street to Lindberg Street
Orchard Road from S Independence Street to the southern City limit
Harrisonville has within its boundaries roadways maintained by the City, The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), and Cass County Public Works.
The City of Harrisonville has the responsibility of clearing and treating 66 miles of roadway, public parking lots, and airport facilities during winter storm events. To facilitate the clearing of roadways the Street Department asks that residents please park vehicles off the streets for 12 hours following storm events as to allow equipment to quickly clear roadways.
To report unplowed streets, please call the Street Department at 816-380-8951. If an emergency after hours please contact the Harrisonville Police Department, 816-380-8940.
View a map (PDF) showing who is responsible for each street throughout the City.
More information about City snow and ice removal.
As winter weather approaches, we would like to remind our residents to always be weather aware. Winter storms can create a number of hazards, especially for those who are driving. Monitor current and incoming weather conditions by following local news forecasts, investing in a weather radio or by downloading a weather app to your smartphone.