Snow will be removed from the streets when it accumulates 4 inches or more.
When there's a major storm, snow removal will begin when the storm is over.
In case of large accumulations, the plows will clear one lane on each street first and then return to clear the streets completely. This allows emergency vehicles to access all homes as soon as possible.
Streets on hills will be salted if icy.
Gravel from the sides of the streets might get pushed into yards. This is unavoidable, and it is the responsibility of the resident to return the gravel back to the gravel strip.
If the edge of your driveway is not completely flush with the street surface, the plows may cause damage. If you have your driveway resurfaced, it is your responsibility to make sure it is flush with the street.
Please do not remove or damage the reflective marker poles on fire hydrants and at the sides of speed bumps. If you see one removed or damaged, please report it to the Association.
If you are able, it would be very helpful if you clear out around the fire hydrant nearest your home.
Please do not harass or threaten the snow plow operators. Any such acts will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted as criminal acts.