When will my street be plowed?

The normal procedure for plowing streets in West Goshen Township is for the Streets Department to first salt hills, intersections, curve areas, then thoroughfares. The second step is to plow main streets, secondary streets, and cul-de-sacs, in that order, completing one pass in each direction on main and secondary streets, and a pass into and out of cul-de-sacs.

For more information, access the Guide for Winter Operational Procedures Snow and Ice Control and General Information (PDF).

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1. When will my street be plowed?
2. How long does a developer have to remove snow or ice on an undedicated street?
3. When can potholes be repaired?
4. When will the Township resurface streets?
5. Who is responsible to take a tree down that is in the Township right-of-way?
6. Can the Township remove a tree branch from electric or telephone wires?
7. What are the guidelines for tree branches hanging over a roadway?
8. Will the Township install or replace fallen, damaged or missing signs?
9. How do I prevent lawn damage from plows if I don’t have a curb along my property?
10. Is West Goshen responsible for maintaining all the roads in the Township?