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Shovel snow back onto your property. Do not dump it into the gutters, onto the street or onto the sidewalk. Piles of snow can cause hazardous conditions for drivers and pedestrians.
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Residents and business owners are responsible for shoveling the sidewalks in front of their property, and on the side of their property if on a corner. The Streets and Sidewalks Division handles sidewalks that are not directly bordering residences or businesses.
During snow events, residents are encouraged to call South Salt Lake Public Works if they feel their street has been overlooked or they have an issue with snow plowing on their street.
Snowplow operators follow set priorities (see the Plowing Priorities), and operators will respond to individual reports after they have responded in accordance with the Snow Removal Policy.
Claims from residents for property damage caused by snowplows should be reported to the City Attorney’s office.
Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services offers assistance with snow removal. They can be contacted at 385-468-3200 for eligibility.
Please contact Code Enforcement at 801-464-6712 to report any uncleared sidewalks.