Your GovernmentCity ServicesOur CommunityDoing BusinessHow Do I / Help Center

Go To Search
HomePrintEmail
Alerts
The snow plow has blocked my driveway. Can the plow come back to dig me out?
The purpose of plowing is to clear and treat the City streets. Unfortunately, plowing naturally pushes snow from the middle of the street to the side of the street and may pile up in front of driveways. This is not intentional, but is a result from plowing. Crews cannot plow out driveways, but a good tip to prevent the plow from blocking in your driveway is to place most of your snow on the right side of your driveway (when facing the street). This will allow less snow from your left to end up back in your driveway, and more snow on your right to be plowed away. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation.

Street Maintenance

Show All Answers

1. Where can I get winter sand?
2. During inclement weather, how can I find out when my road will be cleared?
3. The snow plow has blocked my driveway. Can the plow come back to dig me out?
4. What do I do if I suspect I have a plugged sewer line?
5. I have a permit for an event and road closures, where do I get barricades/cones?
6. Will the City reimburse me for damages done to my car from running over a pothole?