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Posted on: January 3, 2024

SNOW REMOVAL REGULATIONS

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Regulations are intended to make it easier for pedestrians to access sidewalks and bus shelters as well as restrict the placing of snow in any roadway or sidewalk right of way. Ordinance 1462-2011 amending sections of chapter 380 – All sidewalks, walkways, handicapped ramps, staircases, shall be cleared to a width of 42” or the maximum width of the sidewalk, walkway, handicapped ramp or staircase. No person, partnership, corporation, or other entity shall cause to permit any snow or ice accumulated within the boundaries of the property be deposited onto, upon, or in a manner as to limit access to any street, sidewalk, crosswalk, or other public property. (DO NOT THROW SNOW IN THE STREET) Fines can be assessed starting at $150.00. Remember that this ordinance also requires that snow and ice be removed within 24 hours of when the storm stops. Also, the fire department reminds residents who live near a fire hydrant to please shovel around the hydrant and not cover the hydrant with snow. It is recommended that residents shovel driveway aprons after the plows have cleared the street since the plow will un-avoidably plow snow into the aprons. It is recommended that you remove as many vehicles from the street as possible by not only parking in your driveway by on any lawn area as well allowing the plows to clear more snow form the roadway. Do not place chairs or trash barrels in the street to reserve parking spaces.snow blower

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