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Though an inconvenience, curbside discharge of snow is a necessary trade-off of initiating a rapid response for snow removal service for our residents. Furthermore, we ask residents to refrain from shoveling the snow from their driveways back into the streets. Doing so can impede traffic flow and create a danger to motorists that increases the likelihood of injury and property damage. Snow redistribution on the street gets compacted and hardens into ice patches.
Residents who have a fire hydrant on their property are asked to remove snow from around the hydrant.
On garbage collection days, residents are asked to keep their refuse and recycling containers off of the street and curb line.