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Re: salting/sanding sidewalks. snow removal.
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? 296-1.1. Duties of owners or occupants of residential property; time for removal.

Every owner, occupant or person having charge of a residential building or vacant lot shall, in case of a snowfall, clear such snow from the sidewalks and gutters thereof to the extent of one foot outside the curb in front of the building or lot, as well as on the side thereof where the building or lot faces on more than one street, within eight hours after the snow has fallen. If the snow has fallen during the night, removal shall be finished within eight hours after sunrise.


? 296-1.2. Duties of owners or occupants of commercial property; time for removal.

Every owner, occupant or person having charge of a commercial building or vacant lot shall, in case of a snowfall, clear such snow from the sidewalks and gutters thereof to the extent of one foot outside the curb in front of the building or lot, as well as on the side thereof where the building or lot faces on more than one street, within four hours after the snow has fallen. If the snow has fallen during the night, removal shall be finished within four hours after sunrise.


? 296-2. Snow removal.

After a snowstorm, no person shall shovel, throw or deposit any snow or ice from any sidewalk or gutter into the street after it has been plowed and opened up by city snow removal apparatus and personnel for vehicular traffic. Any person finding it necessary to clear a sidewalk or gutter, after said street has been opened for vehicular traffic, shall bank and pile the snow from the sidewalk within three feet inside the curb.


? 296-3. Ice removal.

No owner, occupant or person having charge of any building or vacant lot shall permit any ice to remain upon any sidewalk so as to impede pedestrian traffic.

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Salt it and then shovel.

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Requirements are on the front page of the JC website....

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/

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there was no snow on the ground when I left for work. When I got hope the sidewalk had be trampled on and all the snow turned to ice. Not much I could do about that.

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I was thinking about that walking around this morning. I almost tripped 3 times. I really want to print up little flyers that say, "Hey asshole, salt your sidewalk before some trips and sues your ass." And put them on the doors of those people that haven't bothered to take care of their sidewalk.
Even better might be to get stickers, they would be annoying to get off and might consider that next time. Guerrilla ticketing!

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I walked to the Grove Street path in the middle of the street because the sidewalks are treacherous today.

Years ago, we were away on vactaion during a snow and returned to find a ticket for $103 for failure to shovel. We never made that mistake again. I called Resident Response to complain about lack of enforcement. The person I spoke to is referring the matter to JCIA. Call in to report your area

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It is pathetic. They should have city employees going around ticketing property owners who don't shovel just like they come around daily and ticket vehicles that do not abide by the alternate side rules.

It's a safety hazard and way too many properties don't give a damn.

What a difference getting out at Christopher Street each morning. All sidewalks are shoveled and salted.

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Good point. I still have not been outside but couple of my clients complained that downtown is absolutely frozen and there is no trace of salt on pavements.
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I'm not 100% sure of what the requirements for clearing snow and ice. What are the requirements for salting/sanding and snow removal on sidewalks? This morning, there were barely any sidewalks salted and sanded.

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