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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
A. EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTE. The Public Works Director or designee shall have the authority to designate public streets as EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES when, in the Director's opinion, the streets necessarily must be cleared of snow for the safe and orderly flow of traffic for the safety, health and welfare of the general public. The Public Works Department shall maintain a publicly available map defining the streets designated as an emergency snow routes.
B. DOWNTOWN SNOW REMOVAL CORE. That area of the city enclosed within the boundaries of West Boulevard on the west, Fifth Street on the east, Omaha Street on the north, and Kansas City Street on the south, to include the entire roadway of those designated streets.
C. SNOW REMOVAL ALERT. Such times as there is a snow accumulation on the public streets as the Public Works Director or designee declares that snow removal operations on the public streets will commence and that the provision of this chapter in regard to parking on public streets during snow removal operations are effective and will be enforced.
D. STREET. The entire width of any public roadway within the city, and it shall not be limited to those roadways designated as a STREET but shall include all other names by which public roadways are designated.
(Ord. 6372 (part), 2019: Ord. 6092 (part), 2016: Ord. 6037 (part), 2015: prior code § 28-250)