It is illegal to place any snow back into the street, regardless of whether or not it came from your driveway apron, the street, or elsewhere in the right-of-way such as the sidewalk.
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Public Works Department snow discharge notice.
- Property Owners are required to remove snow and ice from sidewalks and public pedestrian ways within 24 hours after snowfall or occurrence causing formation of snow and ice.
- If snow and ice is not removed within 24 hours the Village Board may order its agents to effect such removal and impose a special charge against the owner of the property abutting on such sidewalk or pedestrian way.
- Such special charges shall not be payable in installments. If not paid within 60 days after receipt of a bill, such delinquent special charges shall become a lien as provided in Wis. Stats. 66.60(15).
- No person shall deposit, place or cause any snow or ice to be deposited on any public sidewalk, street or right-of-way in the Village, except hand shoveling within two feet of the curb.
To read the entire snow and ice removal code see Sec. 78.118 of the Village Ordinances.