ROANOKE, Va. -

Some Roanoke business owners are upset with the city of Roanoke.

The roads in the downtown district are clear, but the snow is not completely gone from last week's snow storm.

Some owners told WDBJ 7 it's made it that much harder for them to play catch up.

Fred Najjum said he knew the Monday after the winter storm wasn't going to be easy, but he didn't expect it to be this hard.

"Here's a prime example right here," he said while pointing to a UPS truck parked in the middle of the road. "I don't know if it's plowed incorrectly or no one took the time to finish the job."

Najjum owns Roanoke Fruit and Produce and delivers to bars and restaurants in the downtown district almost every day.

He said some of his employees were unable to make deliveries Monday morning because piles of snow were blocking the loading zones and parking spots on the street.

"The streets are fine," he said. "The streets are clear and everything, but it's the parking spots and loading zones that aren't alright."

Najjum went downtown to take a look at the situation himself. He said when he got down there he saw a number of delivery companies parked in the middle of the street with their flashers on because there was no where else for them to go.

President's Day put snow plowing on a standstill for the city of Roanoke on Monday.

Crews are scheduled to resume snow cleanup Tuesday night, but some restaurants felt plowing should have continued on Monday.

Angela Natt is the general manager at Blue 5. She said the plows pushed all the snow from the street to the sidewalks. She said the city could have done a lot of work on Monday, if they worked.

"The snow was melting it was an easy day to move it. I was out there shoveling so it would have been nice when it was a holiday and less people are downtown to get the roads open so tomorrow hits everything is ready to go."

Natt said her employees had no choice but to shovel what the plows left in order to get people in the door.

Natt and Najjum agreed the record high snowfall was a lot of handle but said there's no excuse for the piles of snow in some areas.

"There's definitely still some work to be done as far as getting street parking cleared up," she said. "Not just a path down the middle but totally clearing the roads so people can also park."

Blue 5 decided to honor Valentine's Day specials on Monday since so many people didn't want to venture out in the weather last week.

Some businesses were happy with the work the city did over the weekend but did not want to go on camera.

City crews said right now, they are focused on cleaning school zones so kids can get to school on time and safely.