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Mailboxes should be set back at least three feet from the curb to avoid being in the direct line of plowed snow. It is the homeowner's responsibility to keep the snow clear around their mailbox and to keep their mailbox in good repair so the weight of the snow from the plows will not knock the box over. See the U.S. Postmaster guidelines for securing installing a mailbox.
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Parking on the street is prohibited from 11 pm-6 am after two inches of snow falls or until the street is plowed curb to curb.
The public works department tries to follow the following schedule when plowing snow in the city; weather conditions may delay our progress towards meeting these goals.
View the city's snow plowing route map.
Residents are responsible for plowing sidewalks in front or on the side of their property within 24 hours of snowfall.
No. Drivers should stay well back when following any snow plow. These trucks will be putting salt and sand on the roads. This distance is also for your own safety, because snow plows generally go slower than the posted speeds.