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Winter Tips
When the winter season approaches it is important that residents remember the following rules when snow arrives: 
  • DO NOT plow snow in the road or across it. Keep it on your property and in an area that does not obstruct your view or that of drivers on the roadway. If you hire someone to plow for you, please be sure that they are aware of and follow these rules.
  • DO NOT let children play in snowdrifts near the road. It is difficult and often impossible for plow operators to see them.
  • Please keep your house numbers clear of snow in case of emergencies.
  • If you have a fire hydrant near you, Please consider shoveling out around it. This could save the fire department precious time in an emergency.

Parking
There is no parking on TOWN roadways from November 1st through April 1st unless otherwise posted.

Parking your vehicle on VILLAGE streets from the hours of 2:00 AM to 6:00 AM is prohibited. Keeping the roads and streets clear for plowing, helps everyone in the long run. For this, failure to comply may result in ticketing or towing, at the expense of the owner.

Town plowing procedures during snow events:
There are seven main plow routes within the town. During snow events, clearing state and county roadways are the first priority. Plowing then proceeds on the main collector roads, followed by local roads, residential developments, business parks and cul-de-sacs.

If any resident should have an emergency health situation during a snow event and needs to have the road cleared, please contact the Highway Department at 585-924-3323.

Sensible Salting
The Town adopted a "Sensible Salting" program. This was implemented for environmental purposes and to cut down on costs. The streets listed below are areas where the road elevation is minimal and would not require the amount of surface treatment that is necessary on other local roads. The streets affected by this "Sensible Salting" program are: Gypsum Mills, Kensington Court, Canterbury Trail, Song Hill Lane, Springdale Court, Wildwood Lane, Falcon's Point, Whispering Hills, Hidden Brook, Sachem Trail, Rolling Meadows, Rae Boulevard, Canning Parkway, Sunray Crest, Fieldcrest Lane, Scudder Mills,Highland Green (No salt in turnaround), Trillium Trail, Mill Street, Bramwell Park, Saurer Farms Drive, Bradhurst Street, and Esjay Drive.

Winter Regulations for Village Parking Lots:
The Department of Public Works by Authorization of the Village Board will enforce the Village of Victor Code, Section 158-8, F: 
  • No cars, commercial vehicles or equipment shall park or be stored for more than 48 hours in Village owned parking lots
  • Failure to comply may result in ticketing or towing of your vehicle. All charges will be the responsibility of the owner.

Pursuant to Section 158-8E, Code of the Village of Victor:
Effective November 1st through April 15th - All parking in the North Parking lot, (behind Town Hall and East Main Street Businesses) between the hours of 12:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M., is restricted to the North side of the lot (the side farthest from the buildings). This is for snow plowing purposes. Failure to comply with this code may result in ticketing or towing of your vehicle.