Fred Rector lives in St. Charles, he said, "We prepare for it, we know that when the ice comes we are stuck for a day or two, and then once the ice comes up, or starts thawing, we can get out of the driveway. "
Rector also does his part to make his street safer.
He said his brother-in-law works for a road department in Chicago, and gives him salt for his driveway and street every year.
"He brings down a couple hundred pounds a year, and so I just go out and spread it in the morning, and then he gives me some pre-treatment that I put down before the storm actually gets here."
"It's just kinda helping your neighbor out, you know. What's ole Hillary say, it takes a village."
With cold temperatures expected in Little Rock into Tuesday, these neighborhood roads could stay troublesome for at least another day.
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