Snow Removal

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Each Winter, Village roads are plowed and de-iced to maintain traffic by our own public works crew. The main commuter streets (Losantiville & Wiehe) are first the priority with hilly side streets being plowed secondarily and flat streets next.

Losantiville Avenue and Wiehe Road are designated “Snow Emergency Routes.” This means when Hamilton County declares a weather advisory or “Snow Emergency,” we declare the same.

To avoid having your vehicle “plowed in,” we recommend that you park vehicles in your driveway prior to and during a predicted snowfall. Since the snowplow can only move snow off to the side of the road, cars parked on the street and driveway entrances may get blocked in during a heavy snow fall.

Snow can become an inconvenience for everyone, so please be patient and courteous during difficult times.

During a snow emergency, residents may be asked to move parked vehicles in order to clear the street. If a parked vehicle is in the way of clearing the street, the owner will be asked to move it. If the owner cannot be found or the vehicle is inoperative, it will be towed at the owner’s expense in order to maintain the safety of the street. Inoperative vehicles should never be parked on Village streets.

A reminder that all vehicles must be removed from Losantiville and Wiehe when a level 3 snow emergency is declared. Citations and/or towing at the owner’s expense will result for vehicles left on these streets during a snow emergency.

Keeping Your Sidewalks Cleared of Ice & Snow

Residents, property owners (including landlords), and business owners are required to clear their sidewalks of snow and ice as necessary during the Winter. Golf Manor Ordinance 521.06 requires property owners and occupants of buildings in the Village to keep sidewalks, curbs, and gutters in repair and free from snow, ice or any nuisance (ORC 723.011). The owner of any multiple family dwelling within the Village is required to remove snow from driveways, parking areas, walkways or common areas within 24 hours after the end of a snowfall. A violation or failure to comply with this section shall be a minor misdemeanor and each day of such violation shall be a separate offense.

Snow Emergency levels are defined as:

Level 1: Roads may be hazardous and icy. Use caution when driving. Tune in to local media for more information regarding road and weather conditions. Drivers are advised to proceed with caution.

Level 2: Roads are hazardous because of ice and blowing snow. Only those who feel it necessary to drive should be out on the roadway. Employees should contact their employers to see if they should report to work. If travel is necessary drivers should travel with extreme caution.

Level 3: All roads are closed to non-emergency personnel. Travel is prohibited unless absolutely necessary. Contact your employer to see if you are expected to work. Reckless or unnecessary driving may be cited as a misdemeanor – failure to comply with a lawful order – may lead to a fine. If you are in an accident that causes an injury while driving illegally, you can be cited for a fourth degree misdemeanor. All parked vehicles must be removed from Losantiville and Wiehe Road to allow plowing of the street from curb to curb.


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