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Snow Removal

Snow plowing and sanding operations begin when road conditions make driving difficult and are also dependent upon time of day, current snow depth, and forecast.

View Tips & Reminders for the Plowing Season

City Plow Routes

In general, City snow removal operations will be dealt with as the City's Snow Removal Policy states: Snow Removal Policy

Not all streets within the City of Maple Plain are plowed by the City. County Roads, Private Roads, and State Highways are not plowed by the City of Maple Plain.

Hennepin County plows the streets listed below. If you would like to contact Hennepin County, you can call 612-596-0299.

  • Main St. E. from Baker Park Rd. to Budd Ave. (County Road 19)
  • Budd Ave South of Main St. E. (County Road 19)
  • Baker Park Road (County Road 19/29)
  • Halgren Rd. South of Highway 12 (County Road 83)

The State of Minnesota plows Highway 12. MnDOT can be reached at the following number: 651-296-3000.

Winter Parking Restrictions

To facilitate plowing, parking on city streets is banned between 1:00 am - 7:00 am from November 1 through April 15. In addition, on-street parking is prohibited any time three or more inches of snow has accumulated, until after the street has been completely plowed curb to curb.

Snow Removal Reminders

Pushing, blowing, shoveling, or storing snow onto or across public roadways is a direct violation of Maple Plain City Code. Residents are encouraged to contact the City if this type of activity is noticed and to remind any private contractors they must adhere to our City Code.

It is the responsibility of property owners to remove snow on sidewalks adjacent to the property.

Mailbox Damage

Occasionally, snow plowing will result in damage to mailboxes and sod. If you have snowplow damage, take a picture of the damage, fill out the Mailbox Damage Form below. This form may be submitted in person, via mail, or via email to sspicer@mapleplain.com (You can also bring the photo to City Hall and fill out the form there).   

Mailbox Damage Form (fillable)      Mailbox Damage form (print and fill in)