The City has approximately 14 snow routes which encompass approximately 350 lane miles. Each route contains varying miles of primary, collector and local streets. In Hudson, most subdivisions are comprised of collector streets, local streets and cul-de-sacs.
Priority # 1 – Primary Streets
It is the City's intention to do everything possible to ensure that a system of top-priority routes (primary snow routes) remain open and passable at all times. These primary (arterial) streets are considered major thoroughfares. These routes are a priority because they provide a vital link for police, fire, and emergency services. Examples of these streets are found below.
Boston Mills Road
E. and W. Prospect Street
Hines Hill Road
N. and S. Hayden Parkway
S. Oviatt Street
Valley View Road
Priority # 2 – Collector Streets
Collector streets are in residential neighborhoods that residents use to
access the primary streets. These streets are cleared once the primary
streets are maintained. A partial list of collector streets is found
Glen Echo Drive
Hunting Hollow Drive
Lake Forest Drive
N. Marblehead Drive
N. Westhaven Drive
Priority # 3 – Local Streets & Residential Cul-De-Sacs
Local streets and cul-de-sacs make up the remainder of City streets that do not fall into the above categories. These streets are maintained once the collector street snow routes are maintained. In addition to the streets, 217 cul-de-sacs need to be cleared. A partial list of local streets is found below.