What if the fire hydrant in front of my home gets covered with snow?

We encourage residents to shovel around the fire hydrants in front of their home.  This is a benefit to you and your neighbors should the Fire Department need quick access to the hydrant. Try to clear at least a two-foot area of snow from around the hydrant.

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1. Does the Public Works Department plow all streets in the Village?
2. Can I park on the street after a snow fall?
3. How is it decided which streets get plowed first?
4. How soon after a snowfall do plowing and salting operations begin?
5. Can I shovel snow from a sidewalk or driveway entrance into the street?
6. What if the fire hydrant in front of my home gets covered with snow?
7. Why can’t the Public Works Department’s snow removal staff prevent snow from discharging in front of my driveway during plowing operations?
8. How is snow removal handled on my cul-de-sac?
9. Will the Village replace my mailbox if it is damaged by a snowplow?