Even with cold temperatures and wind blowing, city crews were out today cleaning up the snow that fell on Washington over the weekend. The snow had been plowed into piles in the middle of the streets during the event and is now being hauled off in city dump trucks. City of Washington Maintenance and Construction supervisor J.J. Bell said the City of Washington’s plowing policy is to plow when 2 inches of snow has fallen. In the city there are priority streets that the city maintenance crews try to clear first, Bell said. Once the priority streets are done, the crews will begin plowing residential areas and downtown, Bell said.