Bomb Cyclone forces closures across Lone Tree, county

The Link On Demand and city offices remain open while the Park Meadows mall announced it will close early


The Bomb Cyclone moved into Lone Tree around 10 a.m. March 13, bringing with it blistering wind and snow that has affected much of the Denver metro area.

Lone Tree officials announced the city’s Link On Demand shuttle is still up and running as of 10:30 a.m. Trash service, the city announced, may be delayed. The city also announced the show at the Lone Tree Arts Center, featuring Ruben Studdard, is expected to go on as scheduled.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s office tweeted out worsening road conditions and recommended people stay home and wait out the once-in-a-decade storm.

The Park Meadows mall announced it will close at noon due to the weather. The South Metro Denver Chamber announced the Health and Wellness Speaker Series is cancelled. As of 11:30 a.m., city hall offices were still open. City officials said there are no plans to close city offices early.

The countywide “Battle of the Books” trivia contest to be hosted at the Parker Douglas County Library has been postponed to March 27.

Rolling power outages caused delays through RTD light rail lines. Bus delays ran up to 15 minutes, according to RTD on Twitter.


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