Logan’s Environmental Department reminds residents that you can help out your community by working to clear snow from sidewalks within 24 hours of the end of the storm, clear fire hydrants in a three foot radius, and to avoid pushing snow into city streets or across the road.
And, most importantly, look for neighbors that might need your assistance in snow removal on sidewalks, driveways, and around fire hydrants.
There is also an urgent reminder from Logan City for parents. Children should not play in the road side snow piles. A plow driver’s biggest fear is to unknowingly bury a child.
Every available piece of snow removal equipment operated by Logan City is out and working on snow removal in all corners of the city.
The city expresses their appreciation for residents’ patience as they continue to work to clear streets from this large snow event. They invite residents to see their snow removal plan and priority list: http://www.loganutah.org/government/departments/public_works/streets/snow.php
For questions, please call 435-716-9000 or 311.