The plow dumped snow at the end of my driveway, can they come back to move it?
Unfortunately, no. With 88.25 center line lane miles of road in Frederick, public works crews must stay focused on opening streets for emergency vehicles. It would be extremely costly to the taxpayer for our crews to remove snow from driveways. Keep in mind that crews do not place snow intentionally in your driveways, it is just a result of the way the plow is built. The Town recommends plowing your driveways and sidewalks after Town crews are done, and the new ordinance allows for this by giving you 48 hours after a storm to shovel.

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1. Why was a plow on the street next to mine but did not plow my street?
2. Why does plowing take so long?
3. Why did the plow leave snow in front of our driveway and on our sidewalk?
4. The plow dumped snow at the end of my driveway, can they come back to move it?
5. Is the Town responsible for plowing alleys?
6. Why do I sometimes see a plow truck with its plow up?
7. When do Town crews remove snow from the downtown parking area?