Town of Greenville, WI
Outagamie County
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[Adopted 2-11-2008 by Ord. No. 46]

§ 265-16 Prohibited types of removal and storage.

No person shall remove or caused to be removed any snow or ice from a premises owned or occupied by that person or from any residence, parking lot, parking area, filling station, business property or other property owned or occupied by said person by placing said snow onto the traveled portion of any public right-of-way, including ditches, paths and walkways. Snow removed from public walks shall not be stored in any manner which shall obstruct or limit vehicular or pedestrian vision, movement or access.

§ 265-17 Nuisance; owner liable for costs of removal. [1]

No person shall deposit any snow or ice upon the traveled portion of any sidewalk, alley or road or street of the Town of Greenville. It is hereby made to be a nuisance and the Greenville Public Works Department shall be empowered to issue citations for this violation, the penalty for which shall be set from time to time by ordinance in the Fine and Forfeiture Schedule of the Town of Greenville. Each calendar day the violation exists shall be deemed a separate offense. In addition to the penalties provided for the violation of this section, the Town of Greenville may summarily remove any snow or ice so deposited and cause the cost of said removal to be charged to the owner of the property from which the said snow or ice has been removed, and upon failure to pay the same, said may be charged as a special assessment upon the tax bill to the owner of the property from which the snow or ice removal was necessitated.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).

§ 265-18 Fire hydrant accessibility.

No person shall interfere with the accessibility to a fire hydrant by piling or dumping materials (including snow or ice) near it without first obtaining permission from the appropriate municipal authority. The material piled or dumped near the hydrant includes snow and ice removed from private property. Every day during which such interference continues constitutes a separate offense.

§ 265-19 Statute references.

State Statutes:
§ 86.01
Materials left in highways
§ 86.07
Digging in right-of-way
§ 88.01
Drainage of lands
§ 346.94(5)
Placing injurious substances on highway
§ 941.30
Recklessly endangering safety