Snow Removal Procedures
A "Snow Removal Alert" means that an authorized city official has declared that snow removal operations will begin on public streets. Usually a Snow Alert is issued once we have received 2" or more of snow; however, alerts are also based on weather conditions such as wind and ice, as well as the amount of additional snow forecasted, and city crews may begin removing snow from emergency routes before the alert is issued. The local news media will announce when a Snow Removal Alert has been declared.
- The city' first priority is to remove snow from the Core area of the city and Snow Emergency Routes. Before parking in these areas be especially aware of weather conditions, you may not want to park if snow is predicted. NO PARKING in the "Core Area" from midnight to 8AM. The "Core Area" consisting of streets in the downtown area. After the Core Area is cleared of snow, the other city streets will be cleared.
- The city's second priority is to remove snow from residential streets not in the core area or on snow emergency routes.
- No parking will be allowed from midnight to midnight on North-South streets or courts entering off of a North-South streets on odd numbered calendar days.
- No parking will be allowed from midnight to midnight on East-West streets and courts entering off of an East-West streets on even numbered calendar days.
- No parking is allowed during a snow alert until snow is cleared from curb to curb on that particular street.
- Ticketing will be enforced.
Snow Removal Guides
Karen Snow Removal Guide [PDF]
Emergency Snow Routes [PDF]
The City of Huron offers curbside collection of comingled recyclables. A separate recyclable container (blue with a yellow lid) has been issued to households that participate. The recycling containers will be picked up by the city each week on the same day that garbage is collected in that neighborhood.
3rd Street Dam Improvement Project
Stockwell Engineers, Inc. was hired by the City to complete a study on the 3rd Street Dam and the hazards associated with it. To reduce ecological impacts and provide an economically feasible project, it was decided that the dam stay in place and undergo a retrofit to improve safety concerns surrounding the dam. Click Here for further details.
February 4, 2019
- 5:30pm - Public Hearing: Resolution No. 2019-01 Alley Vacation Petitions filed by Huron School District 2-2
City of Huron
|PO Box 1369|
|239 Wisconsin Ave SW|
|Huron, SD 57350|
|Ph: (605) 353-8502|
|Fx: (605) 353-8506|