• Snowplowing operations will not generally be conducted for snowfall of less than 1 inch
• Snow will be plowed in a manner so as to provide access as soon as possible and to minimize any traffic obstructions
• The city square will be plowed first and completed by 5:30 am
• Streets and cul-de-sacs are initially plowed with a single pass to open all routes as soon as possible
• Widening and cleanup operations may continue immediately or on the following work day depending on conditions and circumstances
• Snowplowing and/or removal operations may be terminated after 10-12 hours to allow personnel adequate time for rest
• Operations may also be suspended during periods of limited visibility, significant winds or severe cold so as to not jeopardize the safety of city employees and equipment
• The City will provide access for emergency services on an “as-needed” basis during a major snow or ice storm
• The City will limit use of salt and sand to locations where there are hazardous or slippery conditions.
• Property owners should assume all risk of damage for landscaping, including nursery and inanimate materials that are installed or encroach on City right-of-way
• Snowplow operators make every attempt to minimize the amount of snow deposited in driveways, but City personnel do not provide driveway cleaning
• The final cleaning adjacent to mailboxes is the responsibility of each resident
• Vehicles cannot be parked on any city street from the hours of 1:00 am to 6:00 am each morning beginning December 1 through February 28
• Vehicles cannot be parked on any street or alley during snow removal operations
• Complaints regarding snow and ice removal or damage will be taken during normal working hours and handled in accordance with the City’s complaint procedures