snowplow plowing snow

Snow Falls: City Plows

Part 1: In This Order

  1. Residential streets, downtown streets and city sidewalks
  2. Cul-de-sacs
  3. Trails

Part 2: Where the Snow Goes

  • On residential streets, plowed snow often lands at driveway's end. Best to wait until entire street is plowed before you clean your driveway.

  • On downtown streets, plowed snow is piled in parking stalls, as few as possible. Snow piles are hauled away the following day.
  • Cul-de-sacs are plowed with a single pass and then cleared after all street plowing is done.

child shoveling snow

Snow Falls: Residents & Business Owners Plow

  • Residents are responsible for clearing sidewalks that  front or side their property.
  • Business owners are responsible for plowing privately-owned sidewalks downtown.

cars parked on snowy street

Snow Falls: Plowing Interrupted

Remove your car from the street until it is completely plowed. Watch this video to see how parked cars hamper plowing.

Snow Falls: Read the Full Story

Get answers to these common questions and more!
  • What time will my street be plowed?
  • Why does the snow plow keep knocking over my mailbox?
  • Can I shovel the snow at the end of my driveway back into the street?
Powered by
CivicSend - A product of CivicPlus