Washington County jumps on the name-a-snowplow contest bandwagon

Washington County is holding a snowplow-naming contest this year.

Residents are invited to help name one of the county’s snowplows; name suggestions can be submitted until Dec. 15.

County staff will review the submissions and bring forward the top ideas for voting from the public in January 2024, when a winner will be selected.

Any submissions that include profanity or other inappropriate language will not be considered, Washington County officials said.

Names can be submitted at www.surveymonkey.com/r/WCNameAPlow.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation has been holding a similar naming contest the past few years. Last year’s MnDOT winners included Blizzo in the Twin Cities district, Clearopathra in northeastern Minnesota and Sleetwood Mac in west central Minnesota.

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