Will the City clear my sidewalk?
By City ordinance number 17-2 residents are responsible to keep sidewalks cleared of snow and free of ice. However, by decision of the City Council, the Public Works Department does plow major snows from sidewalks as time allows with sidewalks close to schools getting first priority.

For more detailed information, visit the Sidewalks & Trails page.

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1. You filled my driveway; can you prevent this from happening?
2. Why do I have more snow in my driveway than my neighbor?
3. The plow dug up my boulevard sod, what can I do?
4. If the snow plow knocked over my mailbox, will the City replace it?
5. I can't see my fire hydrant; am I responsible for clearing it?
6. I live on a Cul-de-sac, why does the City pile more snow in some yards than others?
7. My street is slippery, does the city have a bare and black policy?
8. Will the City clear my sidewalk?
9. Does the City salt or apply deicers to sidewalks?
10. How do I make a complaint about the snow and ice control?
11. Does the City repair damaged mailboxes during normal plow operations?