The City will conduct another emergency plow operation on Thursday, Jan. 5 starting at 4 a.m. Snowplows were out across the city working to clear snow today, Wednesday, starting with a full plow at 2 a.m. followed by ongoing clean up. Plow operations will continue throughout the day Thursday and Friday.
Due to the large amount of snow accumulation, a full plow of the city will take many hours. Sidewalks will be addressed as soon as possible after the full plow is complete. The goal is to clear sidewalks within 48 hours of the full plow.
We ask for your patience and cooperation. Please help by keeping vehicles out of the streets until the plows have gone by and cleared roads from curb-to-curb.
Full Plow to Begin at 4 a.m. on Thursday
- A full plow includes all city-maintained main streets, residential streets and cul-de-sac areas.
- City-maintained sidewalks will be plowed within 48 hours.
Winter Parking Rules
- No street parking between 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. each night.
- No street parking anytime of day or night when there is an accumulation of three inches of snow or more, until the street has been plowed from curb-to-curb.
- Parking can only resume after a snowplow has gone by and the street has been thoroughly cleaned from curb-to-curb.
- Winter parking restrictions are always in effect Nov. 1-April 1.
If a vehicle is blocking the path of a snowplow, the vehicle owner could receive a ticket or the car could be towed.
Garbage & Recycling Bins
- Please keep garbage and recycling carts out of the street, behind the curb.
- City Code requires streets remain free of obstructions so the plow can go by and clean thoroughly.
- Other obstructions must be out of the roadway as well, including basketball hoops, hockey nets and other items.