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When are specific streets plowed?
While the answer is weather-influenced, under normal conditions all streets are plowed at least once within the first six hours of a three-inch snowfall. It is important to note that initial operations are staged simultaneously throughout the City, and that plows may need to make multiple passes along streets to move snow to the curb. Depending on a storm’s magnitude, response time will vary. Regardless, snow removal will continue until all streets are passable and all parking areas have been cleared.

Snow Removal

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1. When does the City respond to an ice or snow problem?
2. Can residents park on the street during the winter?
3. When are specific streets plowed?
4. Why do plows occasionally fill driveway approaches?
5. Will salt be used this year?
6. How should drivers navigate the road when encountering a snow plow?
7. What assistance can residents provide?
8. Who should residents call in an emergency?

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