When will my street be plowed?

Our first priority is to clear the main thoroughfares to enable emergency vehicles access into and out of our City. Once they have been cleared, our crews begin clearing less all other streets and cul-de-sacs. Generally, it takes about eight hours to plow the entire City. Plowing generally begins at 2 a.m. in order to clear our streets prior to morning rush hour, but the timing of the snowfall can affect the start time. Deicing trucks are out often spreading salt at intersections, hills, and curves to promote melting. Use caution in extremely cold temperatures, as salt is not as effective. The City's Snow and Ice Control Policy can be found here: Link

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1. Is my road maintained by the City or Ramsey County?
2. When are the road restrictions in effect?
3. Is there a way to remove Buckthorn?
4. How do I apply for a parking permit in a "no parking" area?
5. Am I allowed to park on the street overnight?
6. How do I report a street light outage?
7. May I have a block party?
8. What is Little Canada's snow emergency parking policy?
9. When will my street be plowed?
10. My mailbox was knocked over by a snow plow. What should I do?
11. My water looks discolored. Is it safe to drink? What are the effects of hydrant flushing?
12. When will my street be swept?
13. Who do I call to report a sewer back-up?
14. Who provides cable television service to Little Canada?
15. Who provides gas and electricity services to Little Canada?