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City Says Sidewalks Must Be Clear By Thursday

December 19, 2012, 12:34 PM

City Says Sidewalks Must Be Clear By Thursday

If you have a public sidewalk on your property in Sioux Falls, the city says it is time to shovel the snow off it.

The city sent out a reminder that sidewalks need to be clear of snow and ice within 48 hours after every snowfall.  This includes sidewalks on any side the property: front, side or back.

If you don't remove the snow within 72 hours, the city may do it for you and charge you. 

The city will start taking complaints at 9 a.m. on Thursday, December 20.  You can call 367-8171 to report a sidewalk that needs to be cleared. 

Low-income people, people with disabilities and the elderly can get help to shovel.  Call 211 or 339-4357 to find out if you are eligible.

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