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Snow and Ice Removal
The City Municipal Code of Ordinances Chapter 16.06(2) and State Statute 66.0907(5) both require property owners to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice for the safety of all in our community who use sidewalks during the winter.

If City Inspectors determine a sidewalk is unsafe, they may have it treated by a contractor and bill those charges (including a service fee) to the property owner. Unpaid bills will be added to the property taxes.


Text & Email Notifications for Sidewalk Snow Removal
City residents and other City property owners can subscribe to our text and/or email reminder service to be notified of measurable snowfalls or ice events that require removal of snow or ice from sidewalks.


Sand Available to City Residents
To assist residents who cannot afford sand or salt, a sand and salt mixture for deicing sidewalks is available to residents free of charge at the City Garage at 100 Sixth Ave. It can be picked up on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 - 7:00 PM and Saturdays from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (when the recycling drop-off is open). Each resident is limited to two (2) five-gallon buckets and must provide their own buckets/pails.

We also provide four self-serve barrels of sidewalk sand located regionally throughout the City.

The sand barrels are located at:
  • Atwell Park, on the corner of Jordon and Lindbergh
  • Morton Park, on the corner of Michigan and Bush
  • Mead Park, on the corner of West Clark and West Whitney
  • And on the corner of Phillips and College. 

Need Help?
If you need physical assistance removing snow and/or ice from your sidewalk, consider asking your neighbors, friends, family, church groups, or other community volunteer organizations. They may be able to offer some free help or suggestions. Your Alderperson might have some additional ideas for you, such as the names of neighbors who are available to help. Paid snow and ice removal services are also available, such as those from landscaping and home improvement companies.

If you notice that a your neighbor might need help with snow and/or ice removal, please talk to them or your Alderperson about how you or others can help out.

Icy Sidewalk
Snow-covered sidewalks can turn into fields of ice if not cleared before freezing.

Contact
Neighborhood Improvement Coordinator
1515 Strongs Ave.
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Ph: (715) 346-1554 
Fax: (715) 346-1498
Email


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