Why is snow piled on my corner?

Snow that accumulates across the side road at the street corner needs to be pushed back onto the corner. This is done to properly clear the street radius and allow cars to turn. The snowplow driver typically pushes snow back onto the corner in the direction the truck is traveling. This is why a particular corner may get more snow on it than another. It is not practical to require that the large snowplow truck attempt to maneuver around the intersection to equally distribute snow on opposite corners. This is difficult to accomplish and is also time consuming during significant snow storms.

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1. When Is Parking Prohibited?
2. Do I have to shovel the snow off my sidewalk in front of my house?
3. Why is snow piled on my corner?
4. Why is snow always left at the end of my driveway?