As of 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Belton police responded to more than 60 accidents due to accumulations of ice and snow on roads in the City.At 7:30 a.m. Belton police reported that all roadways in Belton had ice on them in places. The most troublesome areas were the areas with the most traffic. Interstate 35, at times overnight, was at a standstill with reports of disabled vehicles and jackknifed semi trucks on every hill. Nolanville Hill, on U.S. 190 just outside of the Belton city limits, was iced over, as were many of the more lightly traveled roads in Belton.Conditions were so treacherous that Waste Management, the City's trash vendor, delayed Friday collections until Saturday.Crews from the Belton Public Works Department worked through the night sanding bridges and problem intersections.As of 10 a.m., some melting had occurred but driving conditions remained dangerous in many areas of the City. Police recommend that where possible people stay home until conditions improve.