City crews are prioritizing pothole repair on the major streets. Drive SLOWLY through standing water, which may disguise hidden hazards, and be aware of nearby pedestrians.
All of Mount Jumbo, including the L trail, is closed because of snow conditions and the presence of elk. Mount Sentinel is now open, including the UM and City portions. The M trail is open.
Avalanche experts have assessed the weather and snow conditions on Mount Jumbo and advised that avalanche danger is greatly decreased. The voluntary evacuation advisory is lifted for the residences along Van Buren Street.
For the most up-to-date information about avalanche conditions in the Missoula area, please visit www.missoulaavalanche.org. City-owned lands on Mount Jumbo and Mount Sentinel are currently closed to all public access.
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All of Mount Jumbo is closed, as it is during winter. In addition, the L trail is closed because of snow conditions and the presence of elk. Mount Sentinel is open, including the trail to the M.
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The Turf Management Plan provides overall direction to the department in management of sports turf, parks and common t...Read on...