Snow plowing and ice control is a primary function of the Public Works Department. The department wants to do all it can to reduce the impacts to our residents by making roads as safe as possible during snow conditions. Our goal is to quickly open the streets and make them safely passable to traffic. Residents can help us do this by working together. This section provides information that will help you and the Public Works Department work together to keep the roads as safe as possible.
Snow Plowing & Ice Control Plan
Snow clearing efforts are prioritized in three levels.
- Priority One
Priority One Snow Routes consist of major, non County or State roadways that carry the most traffic within the Village. These include roads like Manitowoc, Allouez, Ontario, Klondike, Townhall, Hazen, and Greenbriar. They also include around McAuliffe School and hills. Priority one routes and areas are salted, along with intersections along those routes.
- Priority Two
Priority Two Snow Routes consist of main collector streets industrial zones such as Mayflower, Blue Spruce, Bluestone, Gemini, Commercial, Continental, and Essen. Priority two routes are typically salted during the day.
- Priority Three
Priority Three Routes consist of the remaining streets and cul-de-sacs (77) within the Village. These streets are cleared and salted.
Snow Plow Route Maps
Sidewalk - Shoveling and General Care Brochure
Snow & Ice Control FAQs
For more information on policies and procedures related to the Village's Snow & Ice Control plan, please read our frequently asked questions page or select from one one of the menu options on the left.