The following properties are currently delinquent with their sanitation bill.
April 25, 2016
THESE ARE NEW ACCOUNTS OR ADDED BACK TO THE PINK LIST
The goals of the Marion Streets Department are as follows:
The total length of roadways maintained by the City of Marion is 132.7 center lane miles.
Because of the extent of the roadway system in Marion, not all roadways can be addresses at the same time.
There must be a decision made as to which streets to clear first, based on traffic volume and the impact the street has on public safety. The snow and ice removal is prioritized on the roadways as follows:
This document has been prepared as a guideline for snow and ice removal operations. During an actual storm, conditions may warrant deviation from this plan and a change in priorities.
During January through approximately April 1, each year we assign personnel to a winter schedule. This way we have our personnel spread out. We have someone on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When in a snow event, we utilize overtime where needed. This seems to work well.
The City of Marion has a 2,000 ton salt dome for salt storage, this is replenished as needed. This is located at 981 W. Center Street.
The City of Marion Streets Department has the following equipment available for snow removal.
6 - Single axle dump trucks with plows/spreaders
1 - One ton dump truck with plow/spreader
5 - 4 x 4 pick up trucks with plows
1 - Skid steer loader
2 - Larger front end loaders
1 - Tandem axle dump truck to haul snow from downtown
1 - 1/2 ton pick up with 100 gallon spray unit to spread anti- icing liquid on overpasses