Accumulated ice and snow is removed from pavements with high traffic volumes as expeditiously as practicable during and after a storm. It is anticipated the Public Works Department will complete plowing and salting operations in 7 to 9 hours on all streets and cul-de-sacs in the City. Streets with low traffic volumes, cul-de-sacs and business district sidewalks shall be cleared as soon as is economically and operationally practical to provide reasonable service. Alleys are cleared only after the streets are opened.
No parking is allowed on city streets when 2 or more inches of snow is forecast (or between the hours of 2:00 A.M. and 6:00 a.m. year round). Your cooperation
will allow the snowplows to clear the streets better and faster. It is unlawful to park any vehicle on any public street when there is 4 inches or more of snow has fallen. Any motor vehicles parked in violation shall receive a ticket, and may be
towed away. The owner of the vehicle shall pay towing fees charged for the towing service before the vehicle is released.
Depositing Public Ways
Remember, it is unlawful to shovel, dump, snowblow, plow, or otherwise place snow in any public street, highway or alley right-of-way.
By ordinance, but more importantly as a common courtesy to others, snow should never be shoveled, dumped, snowblowed, or plowed into the street or onto the public sidewalk.