Snow Emergency on January 3, 2022, ending on January 4, 2022Date Posted: Tuesday, January 4th, 2022
Thank you to all that worked hard to clear the sidewalks and areas of our Town. The Snow Emergency was issued the morning of January 3, 2022, and ended this morning, in accordance with § 10.08.010 of the Town Code. Unfortunately, some vehicles were not moved in accordance with the order. This significantly delayed slow removal operations. Residents are reminded that failure to remove vehicles as directed in a snow emergency may result in the vehicle being towed in accordance with the Town Code, § 10.08.020 Impoundment of Vehicles Parked on Streets During Snow and Ice Emergencies.
This is a reminder that residents are required to clear all sidewalks of snow and ice following a snowstorm. Residents are also urged to not park their vehicles across the sidewalk. This limits the ability of residents, including individuals with disabilities, to safely walk in our community. It is a violation of Town Code.
Lastly, trash and recyclable pick up service was suspended Monday, January 3rd due to the weather. GFL will be running on a one day delay the rest of the week. Operators will be servicing containers that can be safely accessed. Containers that cannot be accessed due to ice, street parking and snow piles around or in front of the containers will not be picked up. If the container cannot be safely serviced it will be serviced on the next scheduled service day.