We've got about 500 hydrants in our district. They are otherwise maintained by the water company, except of course when it snows
We ask property owners to shovel them out, but we do mark them with orange flag posts in the fall. After a snowstorm, we usually arrange for crews to go out with the trucks to check and shovel them out.
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Thread: Clearing snow for hydrant access
01-16-2001, 05:53 AM #21Chris309Firehouse.com Guest
01-26-2001, 10:09 PM #22DFD420Firehouse.com Guest
Our department gives each member three hydrants to keep clear. it is your job ti keep it clear when it snows
01-26-2001, 11:42 PM #23ENGINE18-3Firehouse.com Guest
The people who have hydrants on their property are supposed to shovel out the hydrant. But we ride around anyway after a storm to check and if not do it ourselves.
The statements above are my own opinions
FF Greg Grudzinski
Oaklyn Fire Dept.
01-26-2001, 11:56 PM #24troll911Firehouse.com Guest
We don't have to worry about that. 74 degrees today, what a beaut on the links!!
Peace and nycck,nycck,
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