Snow Removal

The Public Works Department follows the Snow Plowing Priority Map  when clearing the roads of Indian Head Park.  Additional information about snow removal procedures and processes are below.
  1. Public Works at work
  2. Sidewalks
  3. Parkway Restoration
Our Public Works Department, Streets Division, provides some of the best maintained and cleared streets in the area, no matter the snow and ice conditions.  Your Public Works staff works tirelessly to make sure that the Village pavements are safe for travel at all times, and that can be quite a challenge given the bitter Winter weather.  Fortunately the village purchased a new snowplow to help keep up with any snow clearing operations needed.
  1. Placement of Snow on Village Streets & Parkways
  2. Placement of Refuse & Recycling Containers or Bags for Pick Up
When shoveling snow on private property, do not blow or throw snow into an already plowed street, as this action can create a hazardous condition. Village ordinances prohibit plowing, blowing, or shoveling of snow into the street or onto a parkway across from your property. We realize it is sometimes difficult to find a place to deposit snow, but putting it in a street or a parkway not adjacent to your property could result in a fine. In addition, the resident can be held personally liable for the creation of a hazardous condition. Merchants are not permitted to dump snow from parking lots onto public streets or parkways.