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Fire Hydrant blocked with snow from the plows.
I believe the answer to the questions was answered several years ago when we had several inches of snow pile up. You may be able to reference your answer here: http://salinefire.com/safety-tips/keep-fire-hydrants-clear-snow
In short, let's all be neighborly and make sure our hydrants are locatable for our own welfare.
City ordinance states:
Sec. 74-240. - Depositing restricted.
No person shall deposit or cause to be deposited any snow and ice on or against a fire hydrant or on any sidewalk, roadway or loading and unloading areas of a public transportation system, except that snow and ice may be windrowed on public roadways incident to the cleaning thereof or windrowed on curbs incident to the cleaning of sidewalks in business districts.
(Code 1968, § 16-145; Ord. No. 375, § 5, 4-4-83)
However, the article posted by Sellers from the Saline Area Fire Department does state that any reports on seeclickfix of blocked hydrants will be addressed by the city. This is from 2014, can we get an update as this may not still be the case?
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