City of Minneapolis to Replace Snow Emergency Signs
The City of Minneapolis is working to replace snow emergency signs around the city.
According to the city, some of the 5,500 signs are close to 15-years-old.
Crews are installing new signs that display the snow emergency hotline, and are made out of a material that lasts longer.
The signs cost about $7 each. It will cost the city about $40,000 to replace the signs over the next couple of years.