Using things such as cones, chairs, etc to hold your shoveled spot or shoveling snow back into the street is against the City Code. This action prevents plows from being able to push snow to the sides of the streets. Your items will be removed and taken to the city garage for you to pick up.
Duty to remove snow and ice.
[Amended 5-28-1996 by Ord. No. 1012-96; 3-14-2005 by Ord. No. 1244-2005]
From and after the enactment of this article, it shall be the duty of the owner of all property, except that which is leased and occupied by tenants, to remove at his, her, their or its expense snow or ice from the sidewalks abutting on said property so as to maintain a cleared space of not less than 2/3 the width of the sidewalk within a period of 24 hours after the cessation of any snowfall. Where snow and ice is removed from sidewalks, private drives, parking lots and individual on-street parking areas, it may be placed or piled on the curbside or the parking areas within eight feet of the curb. Snow and ice from sidewalks, private drives, parking lots and individual on-street parking areas shall not be placed or piled in the travel lanes (“cartway”).