By 3 p.m. Yorkville residents reported seeing snow plows in their neighborhoods.
City Administrator Bart Olson said he expects the streets to be clear in time for tonight's city council meeting at 7 p.m.
Earlier Tuesday around noon United City of Yorkville officials reported road crews are waiting on larger accumulation of snow before plowing and salting city streets, according to a post on the city's Facebook page.
According to the post city roads at the time were "still relatively clear, with minor snow cover on less traveled roads." The city also said roads were not presalted due to rain.
The National Weather Service has predicted snow accumulations of up to six inches with wind gusts of 45 mile per hour.
City officials urge driving with caution.
In Yorkville, residents are prohibited from parking on city streets any time snow reaches a depth of two or more inches until streets have been plowed. Violaters can incur a $50 fine, according to the city snow regulations.