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When do you issue a snow emergency?
When two or more inches of snow, ice, and/or sleet has fallen on the streets of La Vista, or when the Mayor declares a snow emergency with notice to the news media.

A snow emergency means:
It is unlawful for any automobile to be parked on any public street within the city for 24 hours or until the street has been plowed by the City snow plows.

Any vehicle that is not moved will be towed at the owner's expense.

Snow Removal

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1. When do you issue a snow emergency?
2. Do you only plow streets or do you salt them, too?
3. How long does it take to clear all the streets?
4. When will my street be cleared?
5. When do you start plowing after a storm begins?
6. Do City workers work around the clock?
7. Why do the plows push a pile of snow onto my driveway?
8. How many snow removal vehicles does the city have on the streets during a storm?
9. Approximately how many miles of streets are plowed?
10. How do I report a missed street?
11. Why are there large piles of snow in my cul-de-sac?