Are your streets clean, snow plowed, and storm drains clear of debris? Are the trees trimmed and sidewalks clear of hazards? Are the parks clear of trash and trails maintained? These are some of the duties and responsibilities of the Maintenance Department.
YOUR MAINTENANCE TEAM
Road Master Jim Hoerner and Maintenance Employee Ed Ginter are familiar faces about town. Be sure to thank them for the work they do to keep Mt. Holly Springs ship-shape and working as expected!
Have a question or concern for the Maintenance Department? Contact them.
Unclear? follow Your street Signs!
The No Parking ordinance isn't just for sweeping. It was established for snow removal, scheduling storm drain cleanup, painting curbs, and other street maintenance. The goal is to get you in the habit that no matter what, there is no parking on the scheduled days.
Does the street also serve as your garage or overflow parking? This ordinance means everyone must move their vehicles at least twice a month, giving the Maintenance department an opportunity to check for oil or other liquids leaks that would end up in the storm drains.
Regular street maintenance:
Means our town looks better
Helps our waterways stay healthier
Shows we are aware of our duties under the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)
No parking in permitted on second and fourth Tuesdays on the following streets:
East Side of the Street:
Tichy Drive and the Cul-de-sac
South Side of the Street:
No parking in permitted on second and fourth Thursdays on the following streets:
West Side of the Street:
North Side of the Street: