Will the Town plow residential streets and cul-de-sacs?

The top priority for snow operations are arterial streets. Once these main roadways are cleared, the second priority for snow clearing is collector streets. Snow crews will plow local residential roads only after six (6) or more inches of snow has accumulated and snow continues to fall. During larger snow storms (six inches or more of snow), Town trails will only be plowed after residential roads have been plowed.

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1. What are the Town’s snow plowing priorities?
2. When do snow operations begin?
3. Does the Town use salt or sand to assist with snow operations?
4. Will the Town plow residential streets and cul-de-sacs?
5. How is the amount of snowfall calculated to determine if residential streets are plowed?
6. Why do the Town’s plows only make one pass down residential streets instead of plowing curb to curb?
7. Can snow plows push snow to the side of neighborhood streets that will get more sun?
8. When my street was plowed, it created a snow bank on my sidewalk and/or driveway. Will the Town come remove the snow?
9. Who is supposed to shovel around the fire hydrants?
10. Who is responsible for shoveling around the group mailboxes?
11. What can I do to be prepared for a snow storm?
12. Why are bridges icier than streets?
13. Will the Town send a plow to respond to emergency situations?