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expecting a major winter storm event, which is anticipated to start this
evening and run through Sunday morning.
This event is projected to deliver a significant amount of snowfall over
the next couple of days. The Village
would like to take this opportunity to remind its residents and business owners
of the following Snow and Ice Control Policy and recommended snow removal tips.
of streets in the Central Business District and along principal routes, key
intersections, hills, and curves, is conducted whenever icy or slippery
conditions become hazardous. The Village
tries to balance its priority of insuring public safety with concern for the
severe pollutant effects of salt on the environment.
plowing begins when snow accumulation amounts to more than two inches. Plowing continues as long as required to
maintain passable roadways. Plowing
priorities are as follows:
streets and parking lots
to make everyone's winter safe, enjoyable and free from unnecessary back pain,
the Village offers these suggestions:
possible, shovel driveway aprons only after roadways are completely
cleared. This will eliminate the need to
shovel more than once.
all snow away from the edge of the road on the left side of the driveway as you
face the house. Should the snowplow make
an additional pass after you have shoveled, it will not push the same snow back
into your driveway.
not push snow into or across the street.
This not only creates an additional hazard, but also may result in the
same snow being deposited in your neighbor's driveway should the snowplow make
an additional pass.
order to make pedestrian travel safer and easier for everyone, clear snow and
ice from the walks adjacent to your property.
snow away from fire hydrants to permit easy access in the event of an