Snow Removal

Parking When Streets are Snow Covered - It is prohibited to park on snow covered streets.  The parking prohibition continues until the snow stops and the streets are plowed.

Removal of Snow and Ice from Vehicles -  Snow and ice must be removed from all vehicles, including the roof and hood, before driving.

Clearing of Sidewalks - Shoveling of sidewalks is required for the full width and including the driveway apron.  Corner properties must provide access to public streets.  Shoveling must be done within twenty-four (24) hours after the snow or ice storm has stopped.  Throwing, casting, placing or depositing snow and ice in the street or on a neighboring property without permission is strictly prohibited.

Clearing Around Fire Hydrants (NEW)  - Property owners with a fire hydrant on their property must maintain a three-foot radius of the perimeter of a fire hydrant free of snow and ice so that there is no impediment to the use of the fire hydrant. The removal of snow and/or ice shall be completed within 24 hours after the snow has formed or fallen on or around any hydrant.


Violations for non-compliance with any of the above will be issued by the Police Department.  Each day that the owner or occupant of the premises is in violation and shall be considered a separate violation.