Crews working hard to clean up northwest Valley streets
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The cleanup is still going on in northwest Las Vegas after the roads were flooded once again by weekend storms.
City crews began working on the roads at about 11 a.m. Monday morning, trying to make Grand Teton Drive look like a street once again.
But, they can't fix the fear and frustration that residents in the area are now feeling every time it rains.
Many residents said they are at their wits end. For the third time in a week, bulldozers and street sweepers have tackled the grand mess on Grand Teton.
The city said the cleanups are going to cost millions in dollars, mainly because of water damage to the sidewalks and lights.
Councilman Steve Ross said the city is doing everything in its power to tackle the ongoing problem. He is planning on having a press conference on Wednesday morning to address the issues and a town hall meeting at the end of the week for residents, property managers and home owner associations.