When you clear your sidewalks and drives, you should know that:
Snow and ice cannot be piled or pushed into the street or the shoulder of the road.
Snow and ice cannot be piled in the public Right of Way. It can not impair vehicular or pedestrian traffic, or obstruct the view of a driver.
Residents have several responsibilities when it snows:
The occupant (or owner of an unoccupied parcel) must remove snow and ice from the sidewalk within 24 hours after the snow has fallen.
When ice forms on sidewalks you must spread salt, ashes, saw-dust or sand on the sidewalk within 24 hours after the ice has formed.
Each snow fall is different. The decision when to start or stop any activity is made depending upon weather conditions. We use information from the National Weather Service and a private weather forecasting service to help us make our decisions.