Snow Removal in Downtown
Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. (ADP) provides supplemental snow and ice removal services on 114 blocks (over 26 linear miles) of sidewalks in the Downtown Improvement District (DID), including keeping them free of snow and ice. Jeff Robinson, Director of Maintenance, and his crew work seven days a week to assist property owners in keeping snow and ice from sidewalks during the winter, with the Municipality hauling it from Downtown streets as promptly as possible.
ADP is constantly seeking out the best way to provide services. Part of the solution to this challenge is cooperation and communication. Communication is crucial to our success. In our attempt to keep you fully informed, we’ll continue using newsletters, e-mail blasts, newspaper articles and public information forums. If you are not hearing from us, or if you need assistance in keeping your sidewalks clear, you can call Jeff and his team at 277-0141 (shop main number) or the main office at 279-5650.
We have prepared maps to show you where you can expect to see our equipment – and when – during our snow removal work. The maps are broken up according to the piece of equipment. Our snow removal teams complete their work in two 4.5 hour shifts starting at 5:00am each morning. We aim to complete our first passes prior to most businesses opening and workers arriving. Our second pass covers areas that need extra attention, clean up along first pass routes as well as any secondary streets.
Click on the image to open a PDF version of the map.