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Snow & Ice Control Policy
The goal of the Town of Parker's
Snow Plowing and Ice Control Policy
is to provide a safe and accessible transportation system during inclement weather and winter storm events. In order to provide for efficient and effective
snow plowing and de-icing operations
, the Town of Parker has established a
for snow operations.
Because the Town has more than 500 lane miles of road, the Public Works Department set priorities depending upon traffic movement and safety, emergency response, budget allocations, special community needs and snowfall levels.
Snow Priority System
Frequently Asked Questions on Snow Removal
Plowing and De-icing Operations
Priority System Details
Report a Snow Operations Problem
Snow Plowing FAQs
What are the Town’s snow plowing priorities?
When do snow operations begin?
Does the Town use salt or sand to assist with snow operations?
Will the Town plow residential streets and cul-de-sacs?
How is the amount of snowfall calculated to determine if residential streets are plowed?
Why do the Town’s plows only make one pass down residential streets instead of plowing curb to curb?
Can snow plows push snow to the side of neighborhood streets that will get more sun?
When my street was plowed, it created a snow bank on my sidewalk and/or driveway. Will the Town come remove the snow?
Frequently Asked Questions
Plowing & De-Icing Operations
Report A Problem
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