What should I do if a snow plow hits my mailbox?
Snow plow operations occasionally damage mailboxes. The city has a policy to repair or replace mailboxes struck by snow plows. However, mailboxes damaged by snow thrown by the plow are the homeowner's responsibility to repair. Mailboxes are supposed to be installed flush with the back of the curb, 8 inches behind the edge of the street. The Postal Service requests that homeowners keep the area in front of their mailboxes clear so that postal vehicles are able to get close to the mailbox. If your mailbox has been hit by a snow plow, contact the Public Works Director at City Hall at 715-262-5544.

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1. What is snow parking, and when is snow parking in effect?
2. If I can't park in the streets during a snow emergency, is there anywhere else I can park?
3. What will happen if I park on the street when snow parking is in effect?
4. Is it legal to push the snow from my driveway into the street?
5. What should I do if a snow plow hits my mailbox?
6. How is snow plowing done on Broad Street?
7. What is the adopt a hydrant program?
8. How do I report a street light that is not working?
9. Where is the compost site and when is it open?
10. What is accepted for drop off at the compost site?