When can I expect snow plows to come down my street?

After the main roads have been plowed and the storm has passed, we will then begin our residential snow plowing operation. Residential streets will not usually be plowed until approximately 4 inches of snow has accumulated on the roads. In most cases, plowing of residential streets will be done during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 4 pm It takes 2 to 3 days to get the entire City plowed. So that we can be more efficient when plowing residential streets, the Parking Ordinance (PDF) is in effect requiring vehicles to stay off the street from 9 am to 4 pm until after the City trucks have plowed the street from curb to curb.

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1. When can I place regular refuse, recyclable, compost, or bulk item curbside for residential collection?
2. Whom should I call if I have problems with the refuse collection?
3. What is considered a bulk item?
4. What size containers or bags can I use?
5. What about building materials?
6. How and when are grass, leaves, and yard materials picked up?
7. What are the compost collection guidelines?
8. How do I dispose of unbundled or large volumes of brush, tree limbs, etc?
9. What can I put in the Recycling bin / 64 gal cart?
10. How do I dispose of household hazardous wastes such as oil based paints, stains, cleaners, solvents, chemicals, glues, motor oil, lawn & garden sprays, or fertilizer?
11. How do I dispose of Latex Paint?
12. How do I know when to expect my trash pickup during a holiday week?
13. Are tires accepted in trash collection?
14. How do I dispose of a propane tank?
15. How do I dispose of needles (sharps)?
16. When can I expect snow plows to come down my street?
17. Where do I find a recreational vehicle sanitary dump station?
18. How do I have a tree planted at my home?