The big snow storm left as much as 20 inches of snow in some areas of northeast Ohio. Downtown Cleveland saw about 15 inches.
The storm died down late Saturday night and by 3 a.m. Sunday, main streets had been plowed and crews were moving to residential streets to clear the snow there.
Cars stranded or abandoned on the side of the road are slowing the plowing process. The city is asking residents to move their vehicles and help others move their vehicles so the snow plows can get through without problems.
Cars left on main city streets will be towed by the Cleveland Police Department.
Officials say they expect to have 80 percent of residential streets plowed by Monday morning rush hour. They hope to have 100 percent of streets cleared by noon on Monday.
The Department of Aging will be providing limited snow removal service to seniors who need access for providers or medical appointments. Call the
Chore Program at 664-3998.