Snow Emergency

EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES

According to Village Ordinance, no According to village ordinance, no vehicles are allowed to remain parked on streets of emergency snow routes during a snowstorm or before the emergency routes can be cleared. Violators will be ticketed

 

Emergency Snow Routes are

  Walnut Drive from St. Paul Road to Ellsworth Street and from Ellsworth Street to First Street; Eagle Street from Eighth Street to First Street; Eighth Street from Bell Street to Eagle Street; Second Street from Eagle Street to Elkhorn Street (Highway 30); Third Street from Eagle Street to Elkhorn Street (Highway 30); Fourth Street from Ellsworth Street to Elkhorn Street (Highway 30); Sixth Street from Eagle Street to Elkhorn Street (Highway 30); Dodge Street from Eighth Street to Dodge Avenue;  Dodge Avenue from Dodge Street to Bell Street; Ninth Street from Ellsworth Street south to end; Ninth Street from Dodge Street to Bell Street; Eleventh Street from Bell Street south to end; Twelfth Street from Walnut Drive to Bell Street; Pine Tree Court; Fourteen Street from Walnut Drive to Bell Street; Elkhorn Drive; Walnut Drive from St. Paul’s Road to Elkhorn Drive; Walnut Court; Oak Ridge Court; Elm Street West from Eighth Street to Ninth Street. 

According to Village Ordinance

The occupants or owner of any lot or lots within the residential areas of the corporate limits must remove snow, sleet, ice or other substance on the sidewalks within 48 hours after the cessation of the storm. It is unlawful for the occupant or owner of any lot or lots within residential areas of the corporate limits to shovel plow or blow any snow, sleet, ice or other substance from their sidewalk or driveway into the village streets or alleys. Sidewalks within the business district shall be cleaned within five hours after the cessation of a storm, unless the storm or fall of snow shall have taken place during the night, in which case the sidewalk shall be cleaned before 10:00 a.m. the following day. Property owners or occupants of lots abutting snow emergency routes within the business district may scoop the snow from the sidewalks under their control into the street.