City Hall will be Closed
Monday, February 15th, 2016
Observance of Presidents' Day
CITY OF HANCOCK
The snow removal policy for the City of Hancock is as follows:
1. A snow emergency will be declared by the City when a snowfall sufficient to impede traffic justifies snow removal (at least 2”). A snow emergency will be declared by the Public Works Director before the parking restrictions are in effect.
2. A snow emergency shall remain in effect until all streets, avenues, and alleys have been plowed from curb to curb.
3. The City will give notice of the commencement and discontinuation of a snow emergency through KMRS/KKOK radio station and the City’s web city; www.hancockmn.org.
4. No vehicle shall be parked or be permitted to remain on any street, avenue, or alley in the City of Hancock after the announcement of the snow emergency. There are snow emergency signs posted on all (7) seven entrances into the City of Hancock and are the first streets to be cleared.
5. Any violation to parking when a snow emergency is called shall be subject to a fine as set forth in the City Code, Chapter 6. Section 600.06.
6. The snow emergency policy exists to expedite and make more efficient, snow removal in our community. Residents can greatly assist these efforts by keeping vehicles off of the streets, avenues, and alleys when it appears snow is likely. For those who must park on the street, you may consider parking your vehicle in an alternate location every night, just to get into the habit, thus not needing to worry about a snow emergency declaration.
7. Residents are reminded of the following…
· Sidewalks are to be shoveled within 24 hours after a snowfall.
· Snow cannot be intentionally plowed or blown into a city street or alley.
· Please prevent children from building snow forts within 10 feet of the curbline, as wings on plow trucks extend past the curbline.
· Keep children away from the street when plows are operating.
Maintain a safe
driving distance behind the snow removal equipment.
· Advise out-of-town visitors of our snow emergency policy.
· Any damage that is done on a city boulevard to sod or to trees planted will be taken care of by the City.
Any damage done
to items on the boulevard put there by residents will be the responsibility of
the home owner or tenant to repair or replace.
· Mailboxes must be 32” in height and even with the curbline.
· If a mailbox is hit by the snow removal equipment and is damaged, the city will pay up to $30.00 to have it repaired or replaced. (Public Works Director will determine if damage is caused by snow removal equipment).
· If a mailbox is damaged due to the snow, it is the responsibility of the resident to repair or replace.
· All residents who have rural mail delivery must keep the area cleared of snow. Mail will not be delivered when a carrier cannot reach the mailbox. Please clean at least a 10’ area before and after the mail box to insure the carrier can get close enough to deliver the mail.
· The city will clean snow up to the curb next to the mail box.
If there are
questions on any of the above, you can call the city office at 392-5285 or the
city garage at 392-5360 during normal business hours.
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