What gets plowed in a smaller storm?

A “small storm” is one that accumulates 1 to 3 inches of loose snow on the road in a single event. Main city roads and the subdivision collector streets will be plowed.  Cul-de- sacs will NOT be plowed.

A “mild storm” that accumulates less than an inch of snow may require salting the roads if the temperatures are in the freezing range.  If temperatures are warm enough, no action is needed as slush will just melt.

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1. Why didn't my street get plowed sooner?
2. Why did my street not get plowed? It got plowed during the last storm?
3. What gets plowed in a smaller storm?
4. Why has my street never been plowed?
5. Why are there large piles of snow left by my driveway?
6. What if I am handicapped or have special needs that require additional attention?
7. What are the priorities for snow removal?
8. What level of service is expected for snow removal on streets?
9. Can I push snow from my driveway into the road?
10. Why didn’t the city plow or salt my road?