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Snow Removal

As a department, we understand the importance of removing snow and ice from our city streets. Every October, we service our snowplows so they are ready to hit the streets at a moment’s notice. We monitor the weather channels on a daily basis, and in the event of a snow storm, the crew is placed on 24 hour alert.

In the case of a snowstorm, the Public Works Department’s main goal is to ensure the safety of our residents. Each member of our staff has been trained to effectively remove snow and ice. Main streets such as Kipling Parkway, Gateway Boulevard, and District Heights Parkway are usually the first ones cleared. These streets take precedence because they are our main entrances into our city. The city’s secondary streets are cleared shortly thereafter.

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Commission Rules of Procedure

Here is a copy of the Commission Rules of Procedure, DH-2022-01, Sponsored by Vice Mayor Cynthia Miller, Commissioner Harryette Irving, and Commissioner Xander Harcourt introduced in the 1-13-22 City meeting for your review. Forward any questions, comments, concerns or ideas

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Upcoming Events

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  • NLC Service Line Warranty Program

    The City of District Heights is notifying residents of a program provided through the National Leauge of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program administered by Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA). This program offers a warranty to homeowners that covers repairs or replacements of the outside water line that runs from the point of utility responsibility to the home. Property owners are accountable for these repairs, not the utility. [color-button href=""]For more information on this program or to enroll, please visit SLWA's site at[/color-button]
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