11-2-1: SNOW AND ICE:
   A.   Removal From Sidewalks Required: Every owner or occupant of any house or other building and the owner, proprietor, lessee, or person entitled to the possession of any vacant lot, and every person having the charge of any church, or public building, except municipal facilities, in the city which shall front or adjoin upon any public street shall, during the winter season, and during the time snow shall continue on the ground, by twelve o'clock (12:00) noon of each day, clear the sidewalks in front of or adjoining such house or other building and in front of or adjoining such lot from snow and ice, and keep such sidewalks conveniently free therefrom during the day; or shall, in case the snow and ice are so congealed that they cannot be removed without damage to the sidewalk surface, cause the snow and ice to be strewn with ashes or sand; and shall also, at all times, keep such sidewalks free from dirt, filth, or other obstructions or encumbrances, so as to allow citizens to use the sidewalks in a safe and commodious manner. (2001 Code)
   B.   Deposits On Public Ways Prohibited: It shall be unlawful for any person to shovel, push, blow, throw, deposit, or cause to be deposited snow or ice in any street, alley, or roadway within the city or on any of the public sidewalks therein. (Ord., 12-4-1995)
   C.   Injunction For Enforcement: The city may also apply for an injunction to enforce this section. (2001 Code)