Snow & Ice Removal

Mission Statement

To provide Centerville City with a professional snow removal and traction control program that ensures safe and orderly movement of automobile traffic in Centerville City during adverse winter weather conditions.

  1. Snowplowing
  2. Goals & Objectives
  3. Street Classifications
  4. Snow Removal

Centerville Utah map of snow plow zones

Snowplowing Service

The City’s Public Works during snowstorms busily works on removing snow from over 60 miles of City streets. The Public Works and Police Department have prioritized each City Street for snowplowing based on the amount of usage of the street. Download a map of the city snowplow priority zones.

Highest Priority

The highest priority are the main collectors and streets on the hillsides. Main Street (Highway 106) and Parrish Lane (Highway 105) are maintained by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), not Centerville.

Lowest Priority

Due to limited manpower and equipment, dead ends and cul-de-sacs are the lowest priority and may not be plowed if there is only a few inches of snow. There are over 100 cul-de-sacs in the city and due to having to use smaller trucks, blades and limited space to store snow, they can take up to 20 to 30 minutes to plow each. Please be patient as they remove the snow; driving a snowplow is a tough job.

Winter parking restrictions

No parking on the street from Dec 1 – Mar 31 between 12 Midnight through 6 AM for more than 1 hour. - City Code 14.06.010. The term "vehicle" includes, but not limited to cars, trucks, boats, motorhomes, dumpsters, or any type of trailer.