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Our Public Works Department strives to keep roads as safe as possible during the winter season. Snow and ice removal on our streets is time consuming. To do the best job in the quickest amount of time, we need the cooperation and assistance of our residents. Do not park on any Township street if there’s a snowfall of more than 1” until it has been plowed curb to curb.
The Township is not responsible for snow buildup in front of your driveway.
Snow Plow Routes (PDF)
Minnesota Statute 160.2715 Section (a) subdivision (1) advises that pushing / blowing snow from driveways and sidewalks onto public roads may be punishable as a misdemeanor. Snow deposited or left on roadways creates a real hazard to passing motorists which can cause serious accidents. Even heavy snowplows have been damaged when hitting compacted and frozen snow deposited on the roadways. Because the practice is illegal to begin with, the person depositing the snow, as the prime cause of the accident, may also find him/herself faced with civil liability lawsuits. White Bear Township’s Public Works Department urges you, as good neighbors and motorists, not to add to the hazards of winter time driving.