With the snow slowly melting, and people finally being able to resume the normal pace of life following last weekend’s storm, there are still some challenges – namely trash collection and parking.
Most of the snow emergency alerts have been lifted, meaning that people can resume street parking near their homes, but many people are still snowed into their spots.
There’s also been some bickering among neighbors, as some residents have been digging out their parking spaces, only to come home and find that their neighbors have taken their spot.
In addition to parking woes in the entire Northern Virginia area, trash is starting to pile up, literally. Prince William County and the surrounding cities halted trash service during the storm, and with some areas still not plowed – or not plowed so that garbage trucks can pass – the trash service is still being delayed.
What’s Up Woodbridge traveled around Woodbridge and Dale City this morning, and found that the trash collection back up is overflowing into the streets, as residents run out of room to place their trash.
According to tweets from the localities, trash service in some areas will resume today.