What do I need to know about snow routes?

Priority criteria for snow routes Priority 1 Streets classified as arterials, major collectors, commercial/industrial and commercial business areas. These typically are high-volume streets that connect major sections of Town and provide access for emergency fire, police and medical services. Priority 2 Streets classified as minor collectors and school bus routes or roads providing access to schools. Priority 3 Low-volume and residential streets. Priority 4 Cul-de-sacs and alleyways.  Priority 3 and 4 streets are not plowed unless roadway snow accumulations reach 4” between November 15th and March 15th other.  Prior to November 15th and after March 15th the threshold for plowing priority 3 and 4 roads is 8”.

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1. What do I need to know about snow routes?
2. How do I get a pothole fixed?
3. I live on a cul-de-sac and there is a pile of snow in the middle, are you ever going to remove it?
4. Plowed snow landed on my driveway and sidewalks. Why do you do that, and when are you going to clear it?
5. When are you going to come around and clear the drains once the snow starts to melt?
6. When are the plows coming back into my neighborhood to remove the snow that was previously plowed and stacked?
7. My street is really rutted due to melt. When will the Town clear the ice?
8. Where do I call to report a snow or ice safety hazard?
9. When are you going to clear the rest of the snow on my street, widening it to two lanes instead of one?
10. How do I report vandalism to a sign?
11. How do you synchronize traffic lights?
12. Why don't we have longer cycle lengths for traffic signals?
13. What are the different types of traffic signals? I’ve noticed cameras on some of them.
14. What if a traffic signal isn't working correctly?
15. How are the streets swept and maintained?
16. How can I get a traffic volume count?
17. How can I get information about traffic calming in my neighborhood?
18. What is the proper way to cross a street at an intersection?
19. How can I get information about the Town's On-street Parking Policy in my neighborhood?