Primary Streets: Primary streets will be plowed such that snow is moved fom all travel and turn lanes. These streets are considered first priority.
Secondary Streets: Residential streets will have a single lane plowed during a storm ( if the intensity of the storm provides for this.) Following the end of a storm, additional travel space will be cleared of snow. It is highly likely that snow will remain at the edges of the street and extend as much as 5 feet from the curb. Residential streets will sometimes have packed snow and ice, and are not always plowed down to clean asphalt. When plowing is required, windrows of snow across driveways may be created and opening of driveways are the responsibility of the property owner.
Residential Sidewalks: We recommend moving snow from these areas to your yards and not into the street. On residential streets, clearing of snow from the sidewalks immediately adjacent their property is the responsibility of the property owner.
Cul-de-sac Streets: SEE COMPLETE DETAILS UNDER THE DISTRICT POLICY TAB.
Park Walkways: Paved walkways within parks are the responsibility of the District to clear. These areas are lowest priority and will be cleared of snow after all other priorities have been addressed.
Service Levels: SEE COMPLETE DETAILS UNDER THE DISTRICT POLICY TAB.