What are residents responsible for clearing?

Residents are responsible for clearing sidewalks in front of their homes. For plows to remove snow as safely and efficiently as possible, streets and sidewalks must be clear of snow piles, shrubs, vehicles, tree limbs, and all move-able objects. Sidewalks should have at least five feet of clear space in all directions. Residents can help by pruning and removing broken and decaying branches and trees and not putting snow or ice anywhere that blocks sidewalks, roads, or fire hydrants.  
 

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1. What Town Streets are plowed?
2. When are Town streets plowed?
3. Who plows streets in Town?
4. When is parking prohibited on Town streets?
5. What are residents responsible for clearing?
6. How can I help during Snow Storms?
7. The plow left snow at the end of my driveway. Can someone come plow it?
8. Can you tell me when my street will be plowed?
9. Can you please plow my street now?
10. Why hasn't my street been cleared?
11. Why can't plows pile snow in the middle of roads instead of on sidewalks?
12. Why do snowplows drive around when it's not snowing?
13. My vehicle was ticketed and towed. What do I do?
14. I called Public Works and the line was busy. What do I do?
15. Still have questions? Text them to 307-888-0733.