A snow plow hit my mail box, will the City fix it?

The City accepts responsibility for damages to mailboxes if the mailbox location and construction complies with the City's Mailbox Placement Standards and the damage is by physically being struck by a plow blade, wing, or other piece of equipment.  Please note: damage caused by snow hitting the mailbox is not covered.

To have your mailbox repaired or replaced, please fill out our Mailbox Damage Application and remit to City Hall.

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1. Can I reserve a park picnic shelter?
2. A snow plow hit my mail box, will the City fix it?
3. How do I know if a snow emergency has been declared?
4. Who do I contact regarding poor visibility at an intersection due to shrubs or trees?
5. Who is responsible for sidewalk repair?
6. Does the City replace sod, sprinkler systems or landscaping damaged by snow plowing?
7. Will the City trim my trees?
8. How do I know if a tree is in the City right-of-way?
9. What is the speed limit on my street and can it be lowered?
10. What items are accepted at the compost site?
11. What are the compost site hours?
12. Where is the compost site located?