Arctic Snow & Ice Control Inc.

Arctic Snow & Ice Control Inc. Arctic Snow & Ice Control is Chicagoland's #1 snow removal service, with the largest snow equipment fleet in the Midwest and over 40 years of reliability, professionalism and a legendary commitment to its customers.

We have over 300 Seasonal operators and Full time staff members who share an unparalleled dedication to snow and ice control. From the operators behind the wheel of our equipment to our office staff, each member of the Arctic team works to provide our customers the highest quality service in the industry. History:
Three decades ago, in 1978, Arctic Snow and Ice Control Founder Randy Strait began

We have over 300 Seasonal operators and Full time staff members who share an unparalleled dedication to snow and ice control. From the operators behind the wheel of our equipment to our office staff, each member of the Arctic team works to provide our customers the highest quality service in the industry. History:
Three decades ago, in 1978, Arctic Snow and Ice Control Founder Randy Strait began

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A cold and wet start to the work-week includes the potential for freezing drizzle and minor snowfall accumulation today.
03/15/2021
Sleet/snow mix spreading into Chicago area late Monday morning – Arctic Newsroom

A cold and wet start to the work-week includes the potential for freezing drizzle and minor snowfall accumulation today.

A cold and wet start to the work-week includes the potential for freezing drizzle and minor snowfall accumulation today. Light snow is already falling west of I-39 in the northwest part of Illinois. Precipitation will continue to spread eastward to impact the greater Chicago area by 10 am, falling i...

Another few inches will be added today to 2020-21's snowfall total, most of which has accumulated within the first three...
02/21/2021
2-3″ snow accumulation Sunday afternoon and evening; Quieter week ahead – Arctic Newsroom

Another few inches will be added today to 2020-21's snowfall total, most of which has accumulated within the first three weeks of February.

Another few inches will be added today to 2020-21`s snowfall total, most of which has accumulated within the first three weeks of February. Snow spreads into the region from west to east Sunday afternoon, between 3-6 pm east of I-39, and is expected to end around Midnight. The period for heaviest sn...

What a difference a month makes in Chicago!
02/16/2021

What a difference a month makes in Chicago!

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A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for much of the Chicago area, as a complex lake-enhanced winter storm has shifted di...
02/15/2021
Lake-enhanced storm to impact much of the area; 8-13″ nearest Lake Michigan – Arctic Newsroom

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for much of the Chicago area, as a complex lake-enhanced winter storm has shifted direction slightly to the west and south, impacting more of the area with a significant heavy snow today through early Tuesday morning.

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for much of the Chicago area, as a complex lake-enhanced winter storm has shifted direction slightly to the west and south, impacting more of the area with a significant heavy snow today through early Tuesday morning. Snow showers have already been occurring throu...

February's very active winter pattern of cold and snow continues this weekend through at least early next week, as O'Har...
02/12/2021
Long-duration snow event Friday evening through Saturday evening, 1-3″ forecast – Arctic Newsroom

February's very active winter pattern of cold and snow continues this weekend through at least early next week, as O'Hare is already only 3" shy of its annual snowfall total with well over a month of Winter remaining in a season that began quietly.

February’s very active winter pattern of cold and snow continues this weekend through at least early next week, as O`Hare is already only 3″ shy of its annual snowfall total with well over a month of Winter remaining in a season that began quietly. Yet another long-duration snowfall event is for...

While areas along and south of I-80 have already seen some light flurries this morning, another round of widespread snow...
02/08/2021
1-2″ snowfall accumulation this afternoon and evening – Arctic Newsroom

While areas along and south of I-80 have already seen some light flurries this morning, another round of widespread snow is forecast for the entire region this afternoon and evening.

While areas along and south of I-80 have already seen some light flurries this morning, another round of widespread snow is forecast for the entire region this afternoon and evening. Any lingering morning flurries should wind down by Noon before the main event begins, with more snow entering the are...

The region remains in a very active weather pattern of cold and snow, as a fast-moving Alberta Clipper system tracks int...
02/06/2021
Active weather pattern continues with up to 4″ Saturday afternoon – Arctic Newsroom

The region remains in a very active weather pattern of cold and snow, as a fast-moving Alberta Clipper system tracks into the area today, bringing up to 4″ of snow to some parts of the area.

Snowfall precedes bitter cold with wind chills as low as -30° tonight The region remains in a very active weather pattern of cold and snow, as a fast-moving Alberta Clipper system tracks into the area today, bringing up to 4″ of snow to some parts of the area. Snow will begin falling around 12-2 ...

An active weather pattern is underway, bringing a variety of winter weather concerns to the region today, with rain, sno...
02/04/2021
Rain, snow and wind to cause messy evening commute before temperatures plunge – Arctic Newsroom

An active weather pattern is underway, bringing a variety of winter weather concerns to the region today, with rain, snow and high winds making for a messy evening commute.

An active weather pattern is underway, bringing a variety of winter weather concerns to the region today, with rain, snow and high winds making for a messy evening commute. Light precipitation has already begun moving in from the west, with mainly rain south of I-80. With most temperatures generally...

Ten years ago the snowflakes started falling ... and falling ... and falling, for 40 straight hours, stranding thousands...
02/01/2021

Ten years ago the snowflakes started falling ... and falling ... and falling, for 40 straight hours, stranding thousands of motorists on Lake Shore Drive and piling up 21.2" at O'Hare, in what is known as the "Groundhog Day Blizzard" (or "Snowmageddon", if you prefer).

10 YEARS AGO

10 years ago today began the Groundhog Day Blizzard, AKA Snowpocalypse or Snowmageddon. It buried the city in 21 inches of snow, including stranding drivers on L*D. Check out Tom Skilling and others' remembrances of it: https://wgntv.com/weather/remembering-the-groundhog-day-blizzard-of-2011-five-years-later/

January 2021 will end with tens of millions of Americans bracing for an impactful Winter storm that stretches from the D...
01/30/2021
Periods of heavy snow tonight, 7-10″ expected through Sunday – Arctic Newsroom

January 2021 will end with tens of millions of Americans bracing for an impactful Winter storm that stretches from the Dakotas to Washington DC, bringing periods of heavy snow to our region this evening and lingering through late Sunday night.

Period of heaviest snow Saturday evening from 6 pm - Midnight January 2021 will end with tens of millions of Americans bracing for an impactful Winter storm that stretches from the Dakotas to Washington DC, including the Chicago area later this afternoon and lingering through late Sunday night. This...

A widespread, long-duration snowstorm is set to add several inches to this season`s lackluster snow totals — currently r...
01/25/2021
Long-duration snow event Monday afternoon through midday Tuesday, 4-8″ expected – Arctic Newsroom

A widespread, long-duration snowstorm is set to add several inches to this season`s lackluster snow totals — currently running less than half of what would accumulate so far in an average season — bringing with it wet and heavy blowing snow, high winds, and freezing rain in southern areas.

A widespread, long-duration snowstorm is set to add several inches to this season`s lackluster snow totals — currently running less than half of what would accumulate so far in an average season — bringing with it wet and heavy blowing snow, high winds, and freezing rain in southern areas. Snow ...

A chance for light snow tonight and early Sunday morning exists before a more substantial system hits the area Monday af...
01/23/2021
Light snow this weekend before a more substantial system arrives on Monday – Arctic Newsroom

A chance for light snow tonight and early Sunday morning exists before a more substantial system hits the area Monday afternoon.

A chance for light snow tonight and early Sunday morning exists before a more substantial system hits the area Monday afternoon. Tonight’s system brings light snow into the region after 8 pm and exits before Noon Sunday, with only minor accumulations of around 1″ in most places. There is a sligh...

A quick shot of 1-2" snow could impact parts of the area late tonight and into early Sunday morning.
01/02/2021
Quick shot of 1-2″ possible tonight, primarily along and south of I-80 Corridor – Arctic Newsroom

A quick shot of 1-2" snow could impact parts of the area late tonight and into early Sunday morning.

A snow system developing in Missouri this afternoon is expected to shift northeastward with the potential to clip southern sections of the region with a few hours of snowfall late tonight into early Sunday morning. Snow is forecast to begin around 8-10 pm, falling first in southern sections, and sho...

A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect New Year's Day for possible ice accumulation during the day followed by 1-2"...
12/31/2020
2021 to begin with wintry mix, possible ice and snow for New Year’s Day – Arctic Newsroom

A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect New Year's Day for possible ice accumulation during the day followed by 1-2" Friday night.

A quiet but cold New Year`s Eve could turn messy for New Year`s Day, with weather watches and advisories already posted for several counties in the region for the potential of snow and ice accumulation. The main event arrives around 8-10 am, beginning earliest in areas south and southwest of Chicago...

Everyone here at Arctic Snow & Ice Control is grateful for your business and trust throughout 2020, and we wish you and ...
12/31/2020

Everyone here at Arctic Snow & Ice Control is grateful for your business and trust throughout 2020, and we wish you and your family a healthy and prosperous 2021! Happy New Year from Arctic!

We should add a few inches to our lackluster season totals tonight, with far northwest areas around Rockford receiving 4...
12/29/2020
Most significant snow event yet this season to favor far northwest sections tonight – Arctic Newsroom

We should add a few inches to our lackluster season totals tonight, with far northwest areas around Rockford receiving 4-7"; 2-4" throughout most of the immediate Chicago area; and 1-2" along and south of the I-80 Corridor.

The most significant snow event yet this season is expected this evening, and Winter Storm Warnings have already been issued in parts of the area. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for counties north and west of Chicago, including DeKalb, McHenry and Winnebago, while a W...

Everyone here at Arctic Snow & Ice Control wishes you and your family a joyous and safe Christmas!
12/24/2020

Everyone here at Arctic Snow & Ice Control wishes you and your family a joyous and safe Christmas!

It's that time of year again! If you have not signed your winter contracts, now is the time to do it to ensure your prop...
08/24/2020
What it takes to be #1 in Commercial Snow Removal

It's that time of year again! If you have not signed your winter contracts, now is the time to do it to ensure your property can be properly serviced this winter.

Arctic Snow and Ice Control has 42 years of snow removal experience and a proud reputation for excellent service, and we would love the opportunity to bid your property. The quote is free and can be done with or without an appointment.

Arctic has grown to be the nation's largest self-performing snow management company, servicing customers throughout the greater Chicagoland area for over 40 years.

A long-duration storm will bring potentially heavy snowfall and high winds to the area, making for multiple messy commut...
02/24/2020
Potentially heavy snowfall Tuesday and Wednesday – Arctic Newsroom

A long-duration storm will bring potentially heavy snowfall and high winds to the area, making for multiple messy commutes Tuesday and Wednesday.

Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A long-duration storm will bring potentially heavy snowfall and high winds to the area, making for multiple messy commutes Tuesday and Wednesday. Precipitation will fall primarily as rain Monday night, with a few flurries mixed in overnight, resulting in some possibly slushy accumulation by morning....

Wednesday's storm system brought another round of snow to the area, adding a few more inches to this season's snowfall t...
02/14/2020
Storm Recap: Summary of the February 12-13 Snow Event – Arctic Newsroom

Wednesday's storm system brought another round of snow to the area, adding a few more inches to this season's snowfall totals. Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

Wednesday’s storm system brought another round of snow to the area, adding a few more inches to this season’s snowfall totals. Snowfall began Wednesday afternoon, just prior to the evening commute, and continued steadily throughout the night and early morning hours. Winds picked up overnight wit...

A winter storm will spread northward Wednesday afternoon, bringing with it up to 4″ of snow by Thursday morning before t...
02/12/2020
2-4″ of Snow for the Chicago Area Tonight Before Season’s Coldest Temps Arrive – Arctic Newsroom

A winter storm will spread northward Wednesday afternoon, bringing with it up to 4″ of snow by Thursday morning before temperatures nosedive into the single digits Thursday night.

Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A winter storm will spread northward Wednesday afternoon, bringing with it up to 4″ of snow by Thursday morning before temperatures nosedive into the single digits Thursday night. Accumulating snowfall is expected to begin between 2-4 pm in the Morris and Joliet areas and between 3-6 pm north of I...

A storm system brought a messy mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to the area Friday afternoon through Saturday. Preci...
01/20/2020
Storm Recap: Summary of the January 17–18 Snow Event – Arctic Newsroom

A storm system brought a messy mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to the area Friday afternoon through Saturday. Precipitation started as snow before changing to sleet and freezing drizzle/rain late Friday night.

Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A storm system brought a messy mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to the area Friday afternoon through Saturday. Precipitation started as snow before changing to sleet and freezing drizzle/rain late Friday night. Snow amounts varied greatly, with Beecher receiving only .3″ and 4.8″ in Glen Ell...

Chicago will receive another round of accumulating snow and mixed precipitation tonight into Saturday.Read more in the A...
01/17/2020
Snow developing this afternoon before changing to wintry mix late tonight into Saturday – Arctic Newsroom

Chicago will receive another round of accumulating snow and mixed precipitation tonight into Saturday.

Read more in the Arctic Newsroom.

Chicago will receive another round of accumulating snow and mixed precipitation tonight into Saturday. Areas southwest of Chicago will begin seeing snow around 3 pm, while Chicago will see flakes start falling around 5 pm as the system tracks northeast. A few hours of moderate snow is possible with....

A powerful system brought a messy mix of precipitation to the area over the weekend.Read about it in the Arctic Newsroom...
01/13/2020
Storm Recap: Summary of the January 10–11 Snow Event – Arctic Newsroom

A powerful system brought a messy mix of precipitation to the area over the weekend.

Read about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A powerful system brought a messy mix of precipitation to the area over the weekend. Precipitation started mainly as rain before changing over to freezing drizzle and sleet. Most areas saw between 1-3″ of rain with the heaviest amounts far south. Temperatures generally remained above freezing in m...

A complex snow system will affect the region tonight through late Saturday night with a wintry mix of heavy rain, sleet,...
01/10/2020
Winter Storm With Mix of Sleet, Ice and Snow Tonight Thru Saturday – Arctic Newsroom

A complex snow system will affect the region tonight through late Saturday night with a wintry mix of heavy rain, sleet, ice and snow.

Read the full story in the Arctic Newsroom.

A complex snow system will affect the region tonight through late Saturday night with a wintry mix of heavy rain, sleet, ice and snow. Rain will continue throughout the day Friday before transitioning to freezing rain and sleet and then to snow, beginning in North Central Illinois before shifting so...

A cold front interrupted the Chicago area’s streak of record-setting warmth, bringing with it minor snow accumulations t...
01/02/2020
Storm Recap: Summary of the December 30-31 Snow Event – Arctic Newsroom

A cold front interrupted the Chicago area’s streak of record-setting warmth, bringing with it minor snow accumulations throughout the area late Monday into Tuesday morning.

Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A cold front interrupted the Chicago area’s streak of record-setting warmth, bringing with it minor snow accumulations throughout the area late Monday into Tuesday morning. The snow fell pretty much as predicted: the heaviest snow bands came through between 10pm and 4am, leaving around an inch in ...

1-2″ of Light Snow and Gusty Winds Expected Tonight – Arctic Newsroom
12/30/2019
1-2″ of Light Snow and Gusty Winds Expected Tonight – Arctic Newsroom

1-2″ of Light Snow and Gusty Winds Expected Tonight – Arctic Newsroom

While Chicago missed out on a White Christmas, some parts of the area will wake up to a White New Years Eve. On-and-off flurries will occur during the day on Monday, with snow showers developing in the afternoon. Most of the accumulating snow is expected to fall after 8 pm Monday evening through Tue...

Our Products division is at the Snow Fighters Institute's Inner Circle meeting in Eerie, PA, proudly showing off our pro...
05/01/2019

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Light snow is expected to impact primarily northern areas tonight with up to 2" of snow and the possibility of spotty fr...
02/26/2019
Chance For Light Snow Tonight – Arctic Newsroom

Light snow is expected to impact primarily northern areas tonight with up to 2" of snow and the possibility of spotty freezing rain mixed in. Read more in the Arctic Newsroom.

A storm system will bring a chance of some light snow and possible light freezing rain to the area tonight. Snow development is expected to begin this afternoon, between 3-5 pm and end between 6-9 am Wednesday. Highest confidence of snow chances remain north of I-80 and increase in coverage northwar...

Snow will spread into the area overnight and transition to freezing rain or freezing drizzle Wednesday morning, making f...
02/19/2019
Snow and ice forecast overnight into Wednesday – Arctic Newsroom

Snow will spread into the area overnight and transition to freezing rain or freezing drizzle Wednesday morning, making for a potentially messy morning commute. Read about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

A strong upper jet stream will bring a storm system into the Great Lakes tonight, bringing a mix of snow and freezing rain to the area overnight into Wednesday. Light snow will spread in from the south between 3-5 am Wednesday morning and is expected to become mixed with freezing rain during the AM....

Another round of snow will bring 1-3" to the region throughout the day on Sunday. Read more about it in the Arctic Newsr...
02/15/2019
Wintry weather returns for Sunday; 1-3″ snowfall forecast – Arctic Newsroom

Another round of snow will bring 1-3" to the region throughout the day on Sunday. Read more about it in the Arctic Newsroom.

Wintry weather returns to the region for Sunday. Snow will overspread the region after 2 am Sunday morning and continue throughout the day. Snow should taper off for most of the area Sunday night. This looks to be a prolonged light snow event with modest accumulations of 1″-3″ throughout the are...

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