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Town Snow Operations

Post Date:01/09/2018 2:30 PM

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The Town is in the midst of the winter storm season. The Town is committed to safe travel throughout our community during winter months by engaging the services of Superior Maintenance and Vargas Property Service. Superior Maintenance is primarily responsible for plowing the Town's arterials and collector streets. Specifically, snow will be plowed curb-to-curb on Priority 1 streets, such as McCaslin Blvd., Coalton Road, Rock Creek Pkwy., Indiana Street, Sycamore Street, 76th Street, and 88th Street, once snow accumulates to a depth of 2 inches or when icy conditions exist. Priority 2 secondary collector streets, such as Torrey's Peak Drive, Castle Peak Avenue, Huron Peak Avenue, Mount Sopris Pkwy., Eldorado Drive, Pitkin Avenue, Rock Creek Circle, and Coal Creek Drive, are plowed in both directions once 2 inches of accumulation has occurred & Priority 1 streets have been cleared. Priority 3 residential collector streets will be cleared to provide a single drivable lane once snow accumulates to a depth of 2 inches or more and the higher priority streets have been addressed. Remaining residential streets & cul-de-sacs are generally not plowed, except in the case of extreme storm events. See the Town's Snow Removal Map for specific routes.

Vargas Property Service and Town Parks, Recreation, and Open Space staff are responsible for clearing many of the Town's public sidewalks and recreational trails. Trails designated as Primary Areas are cleared after 2 inches of accumulation and Secondary Areas are cleared after 4 inches of accumulation.

Homeowners are responsible for removing snow and ice from all sidewalks adjoining their property within 24 hours of the end of each snowfall. Violations of the snow removal ordinance can be reported to Reggie Nettles, Town Code Enforcement Officer, at 303-499-3675 ext.165.

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