A 23-person plow crew reported at 7 a.m., Feb. 5, to respond to snow forecast to begin this morning and continue through Thursday morning. Accumulation totals are projected to be around one-half inch per hour at times with accumulation of 4-7 inches possible.
All available City resources will be utilized in responding to the storm to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community members. City staff will continue to closely monitor road conditions and adjust operational plans as needed.
City of Columbia Utility crews are on duty monitoring any possible power outages. Customers can report a power outage by calling 573.875.2555 and view outages via the Outage Viewer: gis.gocolumbiamo.com/public%20outage%20map/.
Trash pickup is currently planned to remain on schedule but is subject to change. Please check CoMo.gov/Utilities/SolidWaste for updates and to download the app.
GoCOMO, Columbia's public transit system, is currently scheduled to maintain its regular fixed route and paratransit services. Please check GoCoMoTransit.com and social media for updates.
Columbia Regional Airport is open to commercial and general aviation traffic. Individual airlines will determine their flight status in/out of COU. Travelers should check their flight status with individual airlines and arrive early to the airport. Please check Flycou.com for additional information.
Once active snowfall begins, motorists should avoid driving if possible and be prepared to drive with extreme caution.
Additional updates will be available via press release, social media and CoMoSnow.com.