Following a snowfall, Mt. Lebanon residents, property owners and businesses are reminded that snow and ice must be removed from sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours after the end of the snowfall so they will be clear and safe for pedestrian traffic. If snow continues to fall, the sidewalks must be cleared and kept open for passage.
Blowing or dumping snow into the street is a violation of the municipal code. Violating homeowners are liable in case of an accident. Public works offers this hint regarding driveway snow:
Stand facing your house and shovel snow to the left of your driveway.
This prevents the snowplow from returning your freshly shoveled snow to your driveway.
If you would like to report an unshoveled sidewalk, please call the police department at 9-1-1.
Littles Landscaping LLC
Sidewalk snow removal service is available to residents through the contractor who performs the service for the municipality. Price for services is $2.38 per lineal foot, with a $73.63 minimum. Contact Littles Landscaping at (412) 952-6856.
High School Volunteers
If you are elderly or invalid and cannot shovel or afford to hire someone to help you, the high school chore corps may be able to provide a volunteer if one is available from your neighborhood. Don't wait until it snows. Call the High School Community Service Coordinator at (412) 344-2114. Remember, residential sidewalks must be cleared within 24 hours of a snowfall.