Pedestrian Route Snow Removal

In 2014, the Board of Trustees approved the designation of pedestrian routes to be included in the Village’s snow removal operations. Under this program, the Public Works Department conducts a secondary snow removal operation after roadway plowing is complete (typically the following business day after the end of the snow event) on certain priority sidewalks and paths with heavier pedestrian traffic. While adjacent property owners are responsible for clearing snow from sidewalks adjacent to their parcel, this program is meant to supplement their efforts given the higher number of pedestrians in areas in these locations.

The locations of the designated pedestrian routes for snow removal are listed below. The map also shows the locations where the school districts and Cary Park District already clear snow from sidewalks along or near their facilities.


PEDESTRIAN ROUTE MAP
Street Side(s) From To
Three Oaks Road North Cary-Grove Park White Pine Drive
Three Oaks Road North East of White Pine Drive S. Rawson Bridge
Three Oaks Road South First Street S. Rawson Bridge
Crystal Lake Road South Jr. High Access Road Foxford Drive
First Street East South of Margaret Terrace Three Oaks Road
Margaret Terrace South First Street Colleen Drive
Montana Drive Both Three Oaks Road Pin Oak Circle
First Street East Pearl Street US Route 14
US Route 14 North First Street Fox River
US Route 14 North  W. Main Street Silver Lake Road
Tiger Trail North Briargate Road School Property Line
W. Main Street Both  Railroad Tracks High Road
High Road East W. Main Street Cary Street
Cary Street North High Road East of Spring Street
Spring Street Both Cary Street W. Main Street
Jandus Road West W. Main Street North of Cary Street
Cary-Algonquin Road West Fox Trails Drive South Harper Avenue
Cary-Algonquin Road West East of 900 Harper Ave Driveway W. Main Street