CLEVELAND -- The snow may have slowed down, but road crews are still busy working to keep the streets cleared of Mother Nature's wintry fury.
As of 4:30 p.m. Thursday, city officials say a minimum of 44 snow crews will continue working on Cleveland's city streets.
"At this time, focus has turned to residential areas where all crews are currently dispatched," a press release from Mayor Frank Jackson's office says.
Residential streets will continue to be serviced into Friday as crews maintain major roadways as needed.
"Primary and secondary roads throughout the city are in good condition and traffic has been moving effectively through the city," the press release indicates.
The city's parking ban was lifted Thursday at 6 p.m.
Residents with snow removal concerns should call 216-664-2510.