MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Photo by M. Denisov. Mos.ru
According to forecasts of weather forecasters, it will snow until Saturday.
City services are preparing to work in an increased mode due to the expected snowfall. About it Sergei Sobyanintold on his page in the social network “Twitter”.
On the evening of Thursday, February 11, forecasters predict snow, in places heavy, and blizzard… Wind gusts can reach 13-18 meters per second, snow drifts and ice cover are possible. The bad weather will continue until February 13.
All this can lead to obstruction of traffic, the likelihood of road accidents will increase. Motorists are advised to strictly follow the rules of the road: keep a distance, do not exceed the speed. Pedestrians, when going outside, are better off choosing comfortable shoes – without heels and with non-slip soles. Strong winds and snows can damage power lines, partially collapse trees, and fall large and weakly reinforced billboards.
There are 56 stationary and 38 mobile snow-melting points operating around the clock in the city, with over six million cubic meters of snow being utilized since the beginning of winter.
Where to complain about snow, ice and icicles near the house
You need to report poor snow and icicle cleaning in the yard to the management company. Her phone can be found on the portal “House of Moscow”…
If there is no response to the complaint, you should contact the local government or Consolidation of administrative and technical inspections… On holidays and weekends, applications are accepted through the electronic reception, on weekdays – by phone: +7 (499) 264-96-81 (Monday to Thursday from 08:00 to 17:00, on Friday from 08:00 to 15: 45).
You can leave a request for poor-quality snow removal at the electronic reception Moscow Housing Inspection and on the portal “Our town” in the topic “My yard”. In addition, for all questions related to snow removal, you can contact the unified help desk of the Moscow Government by phone: +7 (495) 777-77-77.
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