Which streets are plowed first?

Our priority routes (redlines) are cleared first after any snowfall. Redlines are routes identified by Public Safety and Public Works to ensure emergency vehicles can get within one or two blocks of every home in the city. During a routine snow event it takes approximately 2-4 hours to clear these routes.  

After the redlines are cleared, our local routes are plowed with rotating starting points. Fridley is split into 12 districts, and each district has four different starting points. Each time there is a snowfall, the plows begin at a different starting point within each district. If your area was last to be plowed in the previous event, it will not be last the next citywide plowing. Plowing the districts takes approximately 6-8 hours during routine snow events.  

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1. Which streets are plowed first?
2. When do you plow trails and walks?
3. When do you plow?
4. What if my mailbox was damaged or knocked over?
5. Why is snow plowed into my driveway?
6. Where should I put my trash and recycling bin?
7. Why can't cars be parked on the street from November - April?
8. What is the City doing to reduce chloride pollution?