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City of Oklahoma City Snow Route Map

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City of Oklahoma City snow routes (PDF)

As winter weather approaches Oklahoma City residents need to be prepared. Families can take actions now that will help prevent unneeded hardships and possible life-threatening situations as hazardous cold weather approaches. Also, if you have to travel, be sure to review the regional snow route map.

Sixteen cities, four counties and numerous state agencies in the metro joined together to develop a comprehensive snow route for the entire region, from Lexington to Guthrie and Yukon to Harrah.

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Watering during freezing temperatures could result in fines
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean it’s OK to forget about water conservation. Water conservation enforcers are still out and about writing fines. In fact, the water conservation enforcement team will issue citations to those who water on days the thermometer reads 32 degrees or below. The Progressive Water Conservation Program prohibits watering during freezing temperatures to reduce water waste and ice on city streets.

Winter weather related videos

Winter weather tips for your home and vehicle

Residents can prepare for the winter storm by taking the following precautions:

Prepare a disaster supplies kit for your home

Ready.gov's Build-a-Kit website | Cómo preparar un kit en Español

Make sure your elderly loved ones/neighbors are prepared for the storm. The ability to feel a change in temperature decreases with age, and older people are more susceptible to health problems caused by the cold.  For anyone over  65 years of age, place an easy-to-read thermometer in an indoor location where you or they can check it or see it frequently.

Residents who are on an oxygen generator make sure you’ve contacted your oxygen supplier for extra oxygen tanks in case there’s a power outage and the oxygen generator quits.

Also, if your medications are running low and you might need a refill, do it today and tomorrow.

Prepare a disaster supplies kit for your vehicle

Make a Winter Storm Plan

Be Informed

If the Power Goes Out

Walking in ice and snow

Winter Driving

Fueling Automobiles

Safety Tips in the Home

Safety tips outside the home

Portable Generator Safety Tips