A plow was speeding past my house, who do I contact?
Please be aware that frequently the trucks are in a low gear and using high engine RPM to maintain the power necessary to push the snow; this creates the impression that they are speeding. Our drivers are required to follow all applicable laws and will be held responsible for violations. Please provide the time and location and, if possible, the vehicle number and call 215-361-8371.

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1. Which roads are plowed first?
2. Who is responsible for clearing alleys?
3. Why don't I see a plow during a storm?
4. Why do plows push snow back onton my shoveled sidewalk and driveway?
5. My street still has snow on it even after being plowed, why?
6. Why do plows leave snow on sidewalks, especially at the crosswalks?
7. Am I allowed to pass a snow plow?
8. A plow was speeding past my house, who do I contact?
9. Where do I park when a Snow Emergency is declared?
10. What should be kept in mind when shoveling/plowing drive and walk ways?
11. Why is there a difference in plowing from storm to storm?
12. A fire hydrant is blocked with snow, what do I do?