Snow Removal

Snow Plow Truck

Winter Conditions:

The winter season brings inclement weather conditions making travel difficult. One of the Village's primary objectives during the season is to keep roads and highways free from snow and ice through plowing and salting operations.  As residents, you can help Public Works keep streets and roads safer by keeping vehicles off public streets during a snow storm and by keeping snow from private drives and walkways off Village streets.

On Street Parking Prohibition - Snow Tow

In order to effectively clear all streets from curb, any vehicle parked on the roadway must be removed. Failure to clear the entire road surface hinders further removal of snow and presents a hazard when the remaining snow on the roadway freezes. As soon as the snow depth reaches 2" or greater, ALL vehicles must be removed from the street. It is advisable, however, to remove your vehicle as soon as it begins to snow. When parking overnight, keep in mind it may snow while you are sleeping, creating a problem early in the morning. Village code provides for ticketing or towing of vehicles in violation of this ordinance.

Depositing Snow in Roadways

Frozen snow piles and windrows from private snow removal operations create a hazard to vehicular traffic and make subsequent snow removal efforts difficult. Village code provides ticketing violators of this ordinance. Public Works asks what when clearing your driveway and walks, place the snow in your yard or in the parkway, not the street. Snow Plow drivers try to minimize any excess snow plow windrowing into cleared drives, however, the plowing process regrettably pushes some snow back into the cleared drives. Depositing snow on the street simply adds more to your drive after the next plowing cycle. Patience and cooperation during the snow removal season is a benefit to all.

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      Village of New Lenox
      1 Veterans Parkway
      New Lenox, Illinois 60451
      Phone: (815) 462-6400
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