Approximately 300 MoDOT crews across the state have been deployed to fill in potholes starting Tuesday through April.
From Feb. 7 to Friday, Columbia suffered a total of 14 water main breaks.
An art installation project, a drive-in movie screening and the True/Love shopping event will be part of the event.
The Bluenote has shows scheduled through February, March and early summer.
"The new layer of snow has acted as insulation, causing slushiness and decreased ice depth" and making conditions unsafe.
Starting Wednesday, the center will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday.
Plans for the park include a lake, outdoor movie theater, event center, golf and more.
Any fines given will be determined by the municipal court and will follow due process, according to the city of Columbia's website.
The effects of protests against racism five years ago are still felt on MU's campus today.