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City of Lewes Releases List of Snow Routes

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LEWES, Del.- The city of Lewes has released its list of snow routes. Residents are asked to remove vehicles parked on these streets until crews are able to fully clear them of snow.

The snow routes are:

  • Cedar Avenue, both sides, entire length
  • Dewey Avenue, both sides, from Kings Highway to Savannah Road
  • Kings Highway, both sides, city limits to Savannah Road
  • Ocean View Boulevard, both sides, West 4th to Canary Drive
  • Savannah Road, both sides, city limits to Cape Henlopen Drive
  • Second Street, both sides, entire length
  • West 4th Street, both sides, New Road to Savannah Road

The city has also postponed trash pickup, scheduled for Wednesday this week, until Friday, Jan. 24.

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