Let's Conquer Winter, Together
Sidewalk Responsibilities

Break out the biceps! Let's all keep Bozeman's sidewalks safe and clear this year.

Here's what you need to know:      

  • City Ordinances require that residential sidewalks are cleared of snow within 24 hours of any snow accumulation.
  • The Bozeman Police Department monitors and inspects city sidewalks after each significant snowfall to ensure they are cleared and safe. A courtesy notice will be given if not cleared.
  • If you are a renter, check your lease—your landlord may have transferred shoveling responsibility to you.
  • If you see a neighbor that needs assistance removing snow, help them out!

 Thank you for doing your part to keep our sidewalks safe for everyone.

 Learn more about sidewalks>>>

Street and Parking Responsibilities

We're on the prowl for snow—help us keep Bozeman safe by parking smart.

What you need to know:

  • Please park your car off-street if possible, especially when snow is predicted.     
  • Cars left for more than 48-hours and not moved for plowing may be ticketed or even towed.
  • Planning to be out of town for a long period of time? Please arrange to park your car off of city streets.
  • The yellow city snowplows will start plowing as early as 3:00 a.m. and will continue through the day as needed.
  • Priority snow routes will be cleared first then the plows will move to other areas. 

Thank you for helping keep the streets cleared for the plows.

Learn more about snowplowing>>>

The City of Bozeman will host a public meeting on Tuesday, December 1 to discuss the Bozeman Transportation Master Plan Update.
The parking lot on the northeast corner of Willson and Mendenhall will be closed beginning Monday, September 21st as work begins on the 5 West Mendenhall Project.