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A: When snow is here, you have 24 hours to clear! Duluth City Ordinance Chapter 45 Article VI requires property owners with a public sidewalk abutting their property to remove snow and ice within 24-hours after a snowfall. This is necessary to ensure the safety of people using the sidewalks during the winter. Please follow these DOs and DON'Ts:
abutting your property within 24-hours of snowfall ending.
strollers and wheelchairs in the winter.
treat with sand, an environmentally friendly deicing agent, or similar material.
A: Winter weather can create access, mobility and safety issues due to the accumulation of snow and ice. Sidewalks provide critical access and mobility to pedestrians.
A: The property owner is required to clear the entire length of sidewalk abutting his/her property and the width of the sidewalk, from edge to edge or a minimum of 36 inches.
A: No, pile snow into your yard or on the boulevard. It is against the law to put snow into the street.
A: Yes, if this area is part of the sidewalk abutting your property.
A: If the homeowner is not at home during a snow event, he/she is still responsible for snow removal from sidewalks.
A: There are some groups that provide shoveling services to senior citizens and people with disabilities. Some are free while others charge a nominal fee. You may also want to request assistance from family, friends, or neighbors.
A: City staff will make every effort to contact a property owner regarding an area that has not been cleared, however, if timely action is not taken, a citation and/or order for clearing will be issued and associated fees will be charged to the property owner.
A: There are over 100 miles of sidewalks that are cleared by City staff, in addition to 500 miles of roads. Please refer to the sidewalk priority MAP to see identified priority areas. Priorities for city sidewalk clearing start with safe routes to school sidewalks followed by high pedestrian traffic areas, sidewalks along public transit routes, mid-level pedestrian traffic areas, and finally, park facilities. All other sidewalks are to be cleared by property owners.
* If you need to inform city staff about a particular issue or concern related to snow operations, please send us information using this online form.
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