We understand that clearing snow berms is inconvenient and frustrating, but it is unfortunately a byproduct of snow plowing. Snow plows are designed to push snow to the side. It is inevitable for snow to be deposited at the end of driveways and on sidewalks during plowing. To minimize the impact, we recommend piling the snow to the right side of your driveway when facing the street. The plows make four to six passes down a street to clear it curb to curb which may deposit additional snow after you have shoveled. Our drivers plow at low speeds to minimize these issues, but this is an inevitable side effect of plowing which can be exacerbated by higher snowfall amounts and light fluffy snow.
We are sorry that this occasionally happens, but in making as many roads passable to the community as a whole and as quickly as possible, there is no way to avoid it. It is the property owner or occupant’s responsibility to clear the berms from their driveway.