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Posted on: February 8, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Snow Shoveling Considerations: Keep Hydrants Clear

Image of a fire hydrant buried in snow

As an effort to be a good neighbor, shoveling sidewalks can help residents of all ages and abilities get around more safely in the winter. A clear path helps those who may need to walk for transit needs, as well as those who just want to enjoy the outdoors. When shoveling, if there is a fire hydrant nearby, consider digging out a path around it, especially after a deeper snowfall. This will help fire staff should they need to access the hydrant.

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