6 locations around the state!
November 7, 2023 — November 16, 2023
Registration and check-in begins at 8:00 am
The workshop starts at 8:30 am
6 Credit Hours
Snow and ice control can be the most demanding, challenging and visible tasks performed by local public agencies. This workshop will cover many of the topics needed for operations staff to be prepared for the upcoming winter season. Some of the topics include pre-season preparation, snow removal on county roads and city streets, the use of deicers, calibration, pre-trip inspection and common snow and ice ordinances and policies.
Speakers will include county and city operators and supervisors, DOT Maintenance Supervisors, Iowa LTAP staff.
Who Should Attend?
All public employees from cities and counties are invited to attend. Anyone who is involved in winter maintenance operations will especially benefit from this workshop.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to;
- Understand levels of service and priorities of streets and roads.
- Realize the importance of pre-trip inspections of snow removal equipment.
- Know when to use deicing products.
- Pre-Season planning and policies.
|Pre-Season Planning - Levels of Service, Priority Routes
|Round Table Discussions
|County Snow and Ice Control Practices/Frost Boils
|Lunch served on site
|Round Table Review
|Pre-Trip Inspection of Snow Removal Equipment
|City Snow and Ice Control Practices
For more information contact Paul Albritton, Iowa LTAP at 515-294-1231 or firstname.lastname@example.org