Snow Tow Tickets
Cars parked illegally during the snow removal process are subject to fines, towing and storage costs at the owners' expense. For information on the location of towed vehicles, call the Aspen Parking Department at 1-970-920-5267 or email@example.com.
The public right of way, including those areas between the sidewalk on both sides of most roadways, is owned by the City. Private property owners are allowed to place objects such as mailboxes, sprinkler systems, landscaping and driveways in the public right of way. Property owners are responsible for maintenance, replacement or any damages to the objects on City property caused by, but not limited to, snow removal, street sweeping or other City activities.
It is illegal to push or blow snow into or on any street, alley or sidewalk. Violators are subject to a fine.
Residents are encouraged to clear snow from fire hydrants.
Safety Around Snow Equipment
Please slow down and use caution when snow removal equipment is on the roads. Follow well behind the plow with your headlights on, staying clear of flying snow and sanding materials. Remember to avoid snowplow operator's blind spots by staying back at least 50 feet. Please keep in mind several trips may be necessary to clear the snow and ice from the streets requiring the equipment to back up several times within the same location. Snowplowing is for everyone's safety; please drive cautiously around all snow removal equipment.
It is unsafe and unlawful to proceed past a road closure for any reason, in any season.