Applications for the Private Residential Driveway Pilot Plowing Program have closed for the 2023-2024 season.
The City of Hudson recently announced the Private Residential Driveway Pilot Plowing Program for the 2023-2024 season designed to assist residents 65+ and/or adults with disabilities. The program will provide an opportunity for seniors and persons with disabilities to safely leave their home for medical treatment, prescription pick-up, or access to emergency services during inclement weather. The intent of the program is to provide an unobstructed pathway for emergency services to access your property in the event of an emergency.
Hudson residents 65+ (by December 31) and/or adults with disabilities without an able-bodied individual living in the household that meet the Household Exemption criteria through the Summit County Fiscal Office will qualify for this service. Residents can apply from December 13-21, 2023 or until 50 qualified applications are received.
Applications are received on a first come, first served basis, and will be reviewed in order of receipt. Vouchers will be distributed by January 5, 2024. For questions or assistance with the application, call Public Works at (330) 342-1750.
- Call the contractor to schedule service. Contractors have up to 48 hours to provide the service.
- Sign, date, and surrender the voucher to receive the service. Vouchers are designed as door hangers and can be easily secured and retrieved by the contractor.
- Mark driveway with snow markers minimally 48” in height.
- Ensure the household address is clearly visible from the street.
- Remove any obstructions, such as parked vehicles, from the driveway that could become damaged by a snowplow prior to service.
Visit www.hudson.oh.us/PrivateDrivewaySnow for more information about the Private Residential Driveway Pilot Plowing Program.