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    Street Snow Removal

    After snowfall events, major streets and arterials are plowed first, and repeatedly depending on the rate of the snow fall, followed by the lesser traveled residential areas. Read on...
  2. Sidewalk-Snow

    Sidewalk Maintenance

    Under a Moscow City Ordinance (Title 5 Section 9-3) it is the responsibility of the property owner to keep adjacent sidewalks clear of snow and debris, including the portion of the sidewalk which runs to the middle of any adjacent public alley. Read on...
  3. Fire-Hydrant-Snow

    Keep Fire Hydrants Cleared

    Citizens are requested to be observant of fire hydrant locations to ensure that emergency access to those hydrants is maintained, especially on dead end streets and near parking lots. The Moscow Water and Fire Departments request that... Read on...
  4. Roll-Carts-in-Snow

    Snow Plows and Roll Carts

    Moscow residents are asked to promptly remove roll carts from the curb line or collection area throughout the year. This is especially important during the winter months with snowfall when Moscow Crews are plowing roadways and sidewalks. Read on...
  5. Fireplace

    Heat Safety

    When heating any structure, keep anything that can burn at least three feet away from heating equipment, like the furnace, fireplace, wood stove, or portable space heater. Maintain that space as a kid and pet free zone as well. Read on...
  6. Frozen-Pipes

    Avoid Frozen Pipes

    Leave cabinet doors under sinks open, especially if they are located on exterior walls. Set thermostats no lower than 55 degrees, even if the house is unoccupied. Do not remove snow from the tops of water meter boxes unless it creates a safety hazard. Read on...
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