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Yes, you are responsible for arranging to have your sidewalks cleared of ice and snow in your absence.
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Sidewalks must be cleared within 48 hours after snow has stopped. Residents are required to keep all sidewalks completely clear of snow, ice, and obstructions.
Edge to edge of sidewalk.
If a snowplow redeposits snow or ice on a sidewalk after a person has cleared snow and ice, the area must be cleared regardless of the cause of this condition.
If the wind redeposits snow or ice on a sidewalk after a person has cleared snow and ice, the area must be cleared regardless of the cause of this condition.
Yes, ADA ramps are part of the sidewalk and are the responsibility of the adjacent property.
Part of being a good neighbor is clearing the sidewalks so people can use them. Maybe no one walks there because it is covered with snow and ice.
The property owner, agent, or occupant of the property abutting the sidewalk is responsible for ensuring the sidewalk is cleared of ice or snow. If you are a tenant of a property, refer to your lease agreement or confirm snow removal expectations with your landlord.
No; however, there many contractors whom you can engage to clear ice and snow if you are unable.