Steven Stepniak

With slippery conditions on streets and sidewalks this season, it’s always a good idea to watch where you step. And in the City of Buffalo, you’re not the only one keeping an eye out.


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If you haven't noticed, this is leaf season, as those green and then multi-colored leaves are falling to the ground and the lawns. And across the region, they are piling up and have to be taken away.


Some key roadwork projects in the City of Buffalo are taking place this week, with officials working to get jobs completed before the weather turns colder.

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City Hall is taking another look at the future of the concrete medians on Main Street in North Buffalo.  Removing the barriers, however, would be a costly effort.


City program looks to clear snowy sidewalks

Jan 20, 2016
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Over some opposition, the Common Council voted Tuesday to go ahead with a pilot program to test snow plowing city-owned property on the East Side, along Metro Bus routes.


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Buffalo officials say they are ready for winter. New equipment has been purchased based on the lessons learned from last year's major "Snowvember" storm.


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Over the past few months, Gates Circle at the intersection of Delaware and Lafayette Avenues has seen three vehicle accidents. The result has been a flipped car, a critical injury, and the closing of the roundabout to clear wreckage. Buffalo’s Commissioner of Public Works, Steven Stepniak, said the city is aware of the problem and has already taken steps to correct it.


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With a flood warning in effect today for Buffalo Creek, city crews are out making sure waterways continue to flow smoothly.