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Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele and Teresa Anderson, director of the Central District Health Department will not be presenting updates on local Covid-19 on Thursday, May 28, 2020. In the future we will send out notices in advance of broadcasts when they will be scheduled.

 

Community Responsibilities

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Residents, Business Owners, and Motorists

STAY INFORMED
-Weather conditions change quickly…it is important to stay informed.
-Snow Emergency status available via local radio and TV channels, news paper, City’s website, facebook, and twitter.
-Snow Emergency Route maps are available on City’s Website

SIDEWALKS
-Snow to be cleared within 24 hours

MAILBOXES
-Remove enough snow to allow mail truck drive-up delivery.

-Ensure mailbox position meets the United States Postal Service requirements (typically 6" to 8" behind the face of the curb or edge of the pavement).  The City is not responsible for damage to mailboxes located in the City Right-of-Way. 


FIRE HYDRANTS
-Clear snow so fire hydrants are VISIBLE and ACCESSIBLE

SNOW CAN NOT BE BLOWN OR PLOWED ONTO STREET
-Blowing or plowing snow into a city street is a hazard to motorists and a violation of Grand Island’s City Code.

OFF-STREET PARKING
-Parking on the street in residential areas is rarely banned but voluntarily using off-street parking helps the Streets Division clear streets faster and better.