Why do you plow in my driveway after I have shoveled it out?
It is the township's policy to open all roads wide enough for emergency vehicles first. After that is complete, we then start to clear back as close to the curb as possible so that the mail carrier can get to your mailbox. We continue this operation until the snow has stopped falling, and we are able to push the snow back to the curb. During large snowfalls, this is not always possible. Some shoveling by the resident may be necessary at the mailbox. As a tip, do not shovel the last 4-5 feet of your driveway until the plows are done.

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1. The resident at the end of my street has greenery that keeps me from safely seeing to exit my street. Can something be done?
2. Is the township responsible for trees in rights of way?
3. Can I get the township to fix a pothole on my street?
4. Who paints the lines in the roadways?
5. My mailbox was pushed down by a snow plow. Will you replace it?
6. Are there specifications for installing mailboxes?
7. Why do you plow in my driveway after I have shoveled it out?
8. The township has cut the trees in front of my property, and they do not look good. Will you come fix this?
9. Can cars be parked on the street during a snow storm?
10. Who should I call if I see a traffic sign on the ground?