But what started as barns full of supplies, are now suffering.
"They've dwindled. This [barn] behind me is about half, and the one on the west side is about half, the one on the east side is almost empty, but we're going to get it filled back up," Shawn Shrum, Assistant Superintendent for Washington County Road Department said.
Even though the sun has helped melt some of the lingering slick spots, with more winter weather looming, the county is gearing up for 900 miles of round 2.
"We'll be back out, and we'll try our best to take care and get the roads cleared."
The final cost of the street treatments have not been calculated because until the snow and ice moves out the price of this clean up project will continue to rise.