The SROA Public Works Department has a fleet of snow removal vehicles for clearing Sunriver’s roads and pathways. During heavy or continued snowfall, crews will work around-the-clock in 12-hour shifts to keep roads clear. SROA’s plow crews follow a priority protocol for plowing - with public safety first.
Priority Protocol for Plowing
- Fire & police emergency access
- Main roads, including widening
- Secondary roads
- Residential lanes & cul-de-sacs
- Parking lots
- Pathways and tunnels
- RV storage yards (aisles only, individual spaces are the responsibility of the owner)
Driveways and Berms
Please note: Owners are responsible for removing snow from their driveways as well as the berms at the end of the driveway.
Hired Snow Removal Contractors
If you hire a contractor to remove snow from your Sunriver driveway, walkways, decks, roof or patios, please request (and monitor) that they do the following:
- Take special care to make sure your snow is not dumped on or around fire hydrants.
- Removed snow is to remain on your property.
- Removed snow should not be plowed or blown onto commons, including islands in the cul-de-sac.
- Removed snow should not be plowed or blown onto a neighbor's driveway or property.
- Removed snow should not be pushed into the street.
- Do-It-Yourselfers are also required to blow snow back onto their own property.
A list of snow removal contractors is available in the Registered Contractors List.