NUTLEY, NJ - As snow continues to fall in Nutley, residents are reminded of local ordinances that help make Nutley safe for everyone.
SNOW PLOWING OF ROADWAYS
To aid the Public Works Department in clearing the streets, do not throw snow back into the street. Do not plow snow into the roadway. This will be strictly enforced.
Snow Plowing Operations may cause snow to be pushed and cover the apron of your driveway. Clearing the apron of your driveway is the responsibility of the property owner. Any person(s) harassing any Township Employee will be charged with Harassment.
If temperatures drop into the single digits, the effectiveness of road salt to clear ice and snow from roadways becomes limited.
SNOW REMOVAL FROM SIDEWALKS
All property owners are required to clear snow from sidewalks within 24 hours of the end of the snow event. When possible use grassy areas to pile snow.
Do not bury fire hydrants with snow. Those caught burying fire hydrants will be fined. It is ask that you assist Emergency Responders and clear snow away from the fire hydrant.
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