48 hours after the end of the snow event, which may include snow deposited by plows from the roadway.
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When snow or ice accumulations are more than 3 inches. This applies to both residential and commercial areas.
No, depositing snow/ice in a manner which obstructs or creates an obstruction to traffic constitutes a misdemeanor.
The city does not provide resources to help residents physically remove snow from their driveways or sidewalks. The city does, however, maintain a "Safe Routes to School" program that provides for clearing snow from 20 miles of sidewalk that is identified as safe routes for children who walk to school in various neighborhoods.
Accumulation of snow/ice exceeding 3 inches.
After citation is issued you have 48 hours to clear snow/ice before an additional citation may be issued.
The Street Fund.
You can report your concern to the city via its SVexpress service. Please identify the general location of the sidewalk.