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The original item was published from 1/3/2020 7:33:15 AM to 1/15/2020 4:30:05 PM.
Posted on: January 3, 2020
[ARCHIVED] Snow Removal Reminders
Recycling cart placement. Cart must be placed with lid opening toward the street at the back of the curb or shoulder (do not place in roadway) and a minimum of 3 feet from normal trash or other obstructions.
Utilize your driveway or clear an area along side of your driveway to safely place your recycling and refuse container. Maintaining proper clearances as described above will make it safer and easier for collection personnel and automated equipment to efficiently empty your containers. Remove the emptied containers shortly after collection.
Snow should never be shoveled, plowed or blown into the street. This creates a hazardous condition for motorists and may require return trips by the snowplow to clear the street. In addition, State Statutes and Village Ordinances prohibit this action and doing so may result in a fine.
Residents are asked to move parked vehicles off of the streets prior to snowfall events. Parked cars are a hindrance to snow removal operations requiring more time and costly return trips to effectively clear the streets. Residents are asked to move their vehicles off the street whenever snow accumulations are forecasted.
Sidewalk snow should be moved to the front yard instead of the area between the sidewalk and the curb. This provides more snow storage capacity between the sidewalk and the curb for snow removal from the street.
Shovel snow from around fire hydrants. Residents are asked to clear snow away from fire hydrants located near your property. This effort helps the Fire Department and Water Utility to manage the water supply system and to quickly respond to emergencies.
If your property is near a crosswalk, clear snow from accessible ramps. This will allow easier passage for all pedestrians.
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