MADISON (WKOW) -- The City of Madison says public sidewalks need to be clear by noon Tuesday.
Regulations state that owner or occupant of property immediately adjacent to a public sidewalk is responsible for removing any snow or ice that accumulates on the sidewalk. Ice that can't be removed should be treated with sand and/or salt to provide traction.
Free sand can be found at these locations:
The City of Madison reminds residents that snow plows might create a blockage on your sidewalk even after you clear it, so you'll have to clear it again. Ordinances require you to clear the entire width of the sidewalk, from edge to edge.
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