Several people have called Public Works complaining the city has made it near impossible for them to get out.
They have also complained that fire hydrants have been plowed over.
Public works officials admit they are responsible for the fire hydrants, but there's not much they can do about the cars getting plowed in.
"When you get this amount of snow, you just don't have a lot of room to push it and to put it any place. We have to be kind of careful where we put it so we don't hinder traffic as well," Ken Knight, Public Works, Street Dept.
Knight says his street crews are still working at full capacity. He asks that you just be patient and they'll get the job done as soon as they can.