Bracknell Forest Council has five gritting machines in total - three large ones that are covering the primary routes (A and B roads) and two small vehicles covering other roads.
Mr Radford-Foley, head of highways asset management, said the council had enough staff to ensure the gritting machines could work round-the-clock (in eight-hour shifts) if necessary.
Other council staff, including gardeners unable to do their normal job because of the snow, are working hard to clear shopping parades and footpaths.
"We are mobilising as much labour as we can," said Mr Radford-Foley.
He warned that the forecast - which is constantly monitored by the council - is very poor for Friday and said grit is not "a magic bullet" to getting rid of the snow.
"I'm looking at the weather forecast and it doesn't look good," he added.
With 2,200 tonnes of salt stocked at the council's Downmill Road depot, Mr Radford-Foley assured residents there was more than enough to grit roads. About 1,000 tonnes are usually used in an entire winter.
Mr Radford-Foley said Bracknell Forest's salt bins would be stocked up as quickly as possible but warned this was a large task.
"We will fill them up as quickly as we can," he said.