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As it gets closer to snow and ice season, Rapid City residents are reminded to keep their sidewalks safe and clear.
As it gets closer to snow and ice season, Rapid City residents are reminded to keep their sidewalks safe and clear.
November 3, 2016

Residents Reminded Of Their Responsibilities For Snow Removal

The Rapid City Code Enforcement Division issued a press release reminding residents of their responsibilities concerning snow and ice removal during the winter months, reports the Rapid City Journal.

Local property owners must keep their sidewalks "free from snow and ice at all times."  City ordinances also require "suitable material" to be laid down when the snow and ice freeze to sidewalks, to prevent the walkways from being too slippery or dangerous.  It is a violation of city ordinances to place snow on public sidewalks, streets or other public properties. 

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