Removal of snow and ice from sidewalks in District of Columbia.
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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • District of Columbia,
  • Sidewalks,
  • Roads -- Snow and ice control

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Edition Notes

Other titlesRemoval of snow and ice from sidewalks of D.C
SeriesH.rp.616
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16070829M

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Help Keep the Sidewalks Safe The District's Snow Team is always ready to tackle the snow. But making sure people can move about the city requires more than snow plows. it takes a team effort from all our property owners, residential and commercial, to clear the sidewalks of snow as well. There are miles of sidewalk in the City of Columbia. We urge all community members to clear the sidewalks of snow and ice adjacent to their home or business. While it’s the neighborly thing to do, it is also a city ordinance that sidewalks be kept clear of obstructions such as snow and ice. FORM OF CONTRACT FOR SNOW & ICE REMOVAL AND SNOW MELT SERVICES DCAMNC THIS CONTRACT FOR SNOW & ICE REMOVAL, and SNOW MELT SERVICES (“Agreement”)is entered into by and between the District of Columbia government acting by and through its DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES ("Department") and [INSERT CONTRACTOR NAME] . Justia US Law US Codes and Statutes District of Columbia Code District of Columbia Code Division I - Government of District. Title 9 - Transportation Systems. Subtitle I - Highways, Bridges, Streets, and Alleys. Chapter 6 - Removal of Snow and Ice From Streets and Sidewalks. § Removal from sidewalks by owner of abutting property.

District Snow Team. Office Hours Monday to Friday, am to pm-A + A. Listen. Sidewalk Shoveling Exemption. All residential and commercial property owners must remove snow/ice from the sidewalks around their property within the first eight hours of daylight after the storm ends. The Department of Public Works enforces the “Winter. All residential and commercial property owners must remove snow/ice from the sidewalks around their property within the first eight hours of daylight after the storm ends. The Department of Public Works enforces the “Winter Sidewalk Safety Rules,” by citing residential and commercial property owners who have not cleared their sidewalks. Snow removal tips. To keep our sidewalks and streets safe for people walking, driving, and cycling: Clear snow and ice from the full width of sidewalks that surround your property by am every day. Shovel snow onto your property, away from the road and sidewalk; Clear storm drains of leaves and snow to prevent flooding. § Removal of snow, ice and dirt from sidewalks; property owners' duties. a. Every owner, lessee, tenant, occupant, or other person, having charge of any building or lot of ground in the city, abutting upon any street where the sidewalk is paved, shall, within four hours after the snow ceases to fall, or after the deposit of any dirt or.

procedure as a guide when ice and snow removal is necessary. General Guidelines: Staff will anticipate an ice/snow event based on weather forecast. It is the responsibility of the property owner to remove snow and ice from sidewalks, common area walkways, stairways exposed to the. Within 8 hours of the end of snowfall, remove snow and ice from sidewalks, entry path from sidewalk to businesses' entrance doors (unless the entry path is more than ten feet long), crosswalk curb cuts, and sewer catch basin openings. Eco-friendly ice melt must be used. 6. ice control on 24 km of streets, 12 km of sidewalks, and km of trail within the District. Even though snow removal and ice control cannot restore summer driving conditions, Public Works strives to provide safe passage for motorists and pedestrians on roads and sidewalks. CHAP. An Act Providing for the removal of snow and ice from the paved Septem sidewalks of the District of Columbia. [Public, No. ] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it .