WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - The city of Wichita said crews are done treating the roads after a winter weather event this week. 

Some patches of snow and sand remain on Wichita streets. City leaders said most, within its jurisdiction, are dry. 

“I saw the trucks out last night,” Wichitan Shakeya Bell said. “Wichita is pretty much on it when they hear snow is coming, so it was pretty good this morning.”

The City did not activate its Emergency Accident Reporting Plan, or EARP this time around. The program lets Wichita drivers stop at QuikTrip or local police stations to report weather-related crashes instead of calling 911. 

“We institute that anytime we see, you know, hazardous conditions, lots of slick spots,” Wichita spokeswoman Megan Lovely said. “We want to make sure that people are being careful.”

Lovely said the City has not seen any major weather-related crashes over the last 24 hours. KAKE News did see some wrecks on Wichita highways Wednesday morning.

“When you get in places that the city doesn't treat like Kellogg, where there's a lot of elevated roadways, there might be more somewhere there,” Lovely said. “But again, that's outside our jurisdiction inside the city of Wichita.”

Crews were out until 4:30 a.m. Wednesday treating the roads. Lovely also said the City was able to pre-treat its streets before the storm. 

“Mixed with the pre-treatment, the higher temperatures and the lower amounts of accumulation made this a pretty easy storm for us,” she said. 

Wichita drivers said road conditions were good Wednesday afternoon. Joshua Armbeck, who is originally from Denver, said he will miss the snow. 

“I had to scrape the car off, wake up early, get that ready,” Armbeck said. 

“I'm used to it. It's normal to me.”