Union is one of just a few communities in the area that plows streets curb to curb when there is a snowfall of 2 inches or more. Our crews work round-the-clock—until every street, alley and cul-de-sac is cleared—to make driving safer for residents. Our equipment includes seven plows and two back-hoes to clear 31 miles of Union roads.
Please Help Out Our Snow-Removal Crews In These Ways:
During snow emergencies or heavy snow, vehicles must be removed from the street for at least 24 hours to allow crews to remove snow. Heavy snow means a snowfall with an average depth of 2 inches or more; drifting conditions are also considered heavy snow. Vehicles interfering with snow removal operations may be ticketed by police, subjecting the owner to a $30 fine and/or the vehicle may be impounded by police.
For more information, please see the City of Union’s Snow_Ordinance.pdf