Snow and Ice Control

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Parking During Winter Weather


Vehicles parked in the street during a snow or ice occurrence risk being ticketed or towed. Vehicles should not be parked on the street when snow or ice is falling or drifting on the street. Vehicles may be moved back onto the streets 24 hours following the end of any winter weather event, as soon as crews have plowed from curb to curb (48 hours if snow has not been plowed curb to curb).  Residents are asked to park elsewhere when measurable snow or ice is imminent, in order to help crews perform their spreading and plowing duties in a safe and efficient manner.

Responsibilities of Residents

Residents are prohibited from depositing snow or ice into the street from driveways and sidewalks. Residents are responsible for removing snow and ice from sidewalks abutting their property within 24 hours of a measurable winter weather event. See Winter Sidewalk Maintenance.

Repair of Damaged Property

Snow and ice control operations may cause property damage to improvements in the public right-of-way, even under the best of circumstances and watchful care of equipment operators.  The City will restore sod areas damaged by City snowplows during snow and ice removal operations. All other damage within the public right-of-way is the responsibility of the property owner including, but not limited to: trees, shrubs, bushes, landscaping materials, decorative rock or concrete, and lawn/landscaping irrigation systems.

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