Does the Town have a bare road and sidewalk policy?
While we strive to keep roadway and sidewalk surfaces as clear as possible of ice and snow, the Town does not have a bare surface policy. The management philosophy of our snow and ice removal plan is based upon a balance of the basic principles of public safety, cost containment, and environmental sensitivity. We recognize that the public safety of our residents, guests, and travelers is paramount.

At the same time however, we acknowledge that the community has financial limitations which ultimately shape the level of service that is provided. Finally, we understand the environmental impacts from the use of salt and sand in a lake shore community, and strive to limit these factors through our snow and ice removal program.

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1. When will my road be plowed?
2. Why does a street right next to my street get plowed first and the snow plow does not come back until hours later to plow my street?
3. Why does the snow plow leave a windrow of snow that blocks my driveway?
4. Why do the snowplows sometimes come by a second time and leave a windrow of snow on the end of my driveway after I’ve already shoveled it?
5. Does the Town have a bare road and sidewalk policy?
6. What is the Town’s parking restrictions during the winter?
7. My mailbox was damaged when the snowplow came by – will the Town repair it?
8. Why does my lawn get damaged by the sidewalk plow and will the Town repair it?
9. Are gravel roads treated any differently than paved roads?
10. Does the Town apply salt or sand to town sidewalks?
11. Who do I contact with other snow plowing concerns, questions, or to report damage?