GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Kent County Road Commission officials say the cleanup from this week's storm will cost the county more than $1 million.
That's 15 percent of the county's winter budget, and it's not even officially winter yet.
With snowfall of more than 30 inches in some areas, road crews are continuing with their cleanup efforts.
Friday afternoon, officials said they planned on making at least two more passes along neighborhood roads throughout Friday night to widen lanes and clean out drains.
During the peak of the snow storm, they focused on cleaning up busier roads.
With rain in our weekend forecast, county officials ask residents to be aware of leaves building up in the catch basins -- because once the snow melts, the water needs somewhere to go.