Who is responsible for shoveling the sidewalk in front of my property?

It is the responsibility of all property owners and/or residents to remove snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours of the end of a snowstorm. In no event shall snow, by anyone, be shoveled, plowed or snow blown into the City streets, carriageways, or crosswalks for removal. Shoveled paths should be wide enough for a wheel chair to pass through. Failure to remove the snow from the sidewalk can result in the City cleaning the sidewalk and the homeowner being billed for the removal as per City Code 323-21/22.

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1. What goes in the recycling bin (blue bin)?
2. What day can yard waste be put out?
3. Is there a special day to place out appliances?
4. What is the policy with a property that has commercial space on the bottom floor and apartment(s) above that space; does the City pick up the refuse for them?
5. If a property is deemed to be commercial and has a separate hauler, how do they go about recycling?
6. How do you dispose of residential construction debris?
7. I’m moving out of my home on Tuesday but my trash pickup is not until Friday morning. Can I make special arrangements to have my items picked up on Wednesday?
8. My trash and recycling is collected on Monday morning but I’m leaving on vacation Saturday morning. Can I place my trash curbside before I leave?
9. If there is a holiday does the trash day change?
10. Who is responsible for maintaining the sidewalk and right-of-ways in front of my house?
11. Who is responsible for street cleaning?
12. How do you dispose of hazardous waste and electronics?
13. Who is responsible for shoveling the sidewalk in front of my property?
14. How much trash can I put out?
15. What can I put out for trash pick up?
16. Can I put electronics out for pick up?
17. How can I get cleanup supplies for my event?
18. How can I get mulch or compost?
19. How can I get a tree planted next to my house?