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Snow Route Priority Maps

The city has 5 snow routes, annex route and the main roads route which are ran by the snow plows.  One snow plow is responsible for one entire route.  
A. Priority 1 - Streets that are hospital and emergency routes, marked snow routes, & primary highways under City maintenance.
B. Priority 2 - Bus routes and other major traffic carriers.
C. Priority 3 - Residential and other municipal service streets, including streets in commercial areas.  Cul-de-sac and dead-end streets are typically done by end loaders and at the end of priority 3 category. There are approximately 120 dead-ends and cul-de-sacs.
 I. Priority 1 streets will be plowed, and salted before Priority 2 streets, Priority 2 streets before Priority 3 streets.
D. Non-Priority - Alleys.  The City of Clinton does not plow or provide other snow & ice control in alleys.  When all streets are cleared, heavily traveled alleys in Central & Lyons Business Districts may be salted.

Calendar parking goes into effect when 1 or more inches of snow is forecasted.

    1. Even day park on even side of the street.
    2. Odd day park on the odd side of the street.
    3. At 6 am of any day dictates even or odd day.
    4. Cars have between 6 am and 9 am to move cars to the appropriate side.
    5. When a snow emergency is called there is no parking allowed on either side of the street along a snow route. 
    6. Calendar parking ends 72 hours after the snow has stopped.

We would ask that the public not generate work tickets until after *48 hours* after the snow has stopped.

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