From YouTube: Snow Removal in Arlington - A Video FAQ
A short video FAQ with answers to the most commonly asked questions about Arlington's snow removal program.
Yeah, yeah and I know the storm still is still a half way, so it's better for them to move the car president of parking in the driveway, because there's some places we cannot get in and even now there's nothing. We can do about it and we don't want later on. We hear complain, but we don't want to take the risk completing any cars.
Shoveling of sidewalks in the county is the responsibility of the property owner adjacent to that so homeowners, business owners and alike. But it is the civic responsibility of our residents and business owners to ensure that there's a way to get for pedestrians to get out and get about that includes children going to school folks getting to the bus, stop to go to work, get to the metro stops and things like that.
Yeah I'm call this X in particular and other narrow streets to be very helpful for citizens to get together with their neighbors and try to get as many vehicles off the street as possible and then with the remaining vehicles that there's just not room and driveways or in garages for try to park them all on one side of street or the other.
The need advice, try the odd side of the street and everybody parks in the outside of the street that allow our vehicles to get in and out of our narrow streets and call the sex a little more easily, particularly when the plow blade is 8 feet wide, which not a lot of room for error. If their cars parked on both sides ago of a narrow street.
Also on the snow web page you'll find a link to a convenient new form. It's called report a snow issue here you simply type in the address and you can pinpoint for us the exact location of the problem. You can report problems with streets or sidewalks. This helps us to identify problem spots throughout the county.
When you see plows working in tandem, one plow in front of another a lot of times, the plow in the center of the streets, pushing the snow into the right lane and then the plow in the right lane is then pushing it to the curb it's a way to get the entire street all at once. At a thing which we try to pair up our equipment, particularly on four-lane, divided roads, major arteries in the county.
Well, quite often, we get calls from residents who are concerned about elderly neighbors and asking what we should do or what they should do and we ask them to be kind to your neighbor and help them shovel out their driveway and the sidewalks opponent and further house. That's just a neighborly thing to do.