Snow pushing does not occur for accumulation under 2". Contractors will be dispatched when 2" or more have accumulated, or at the end of each snow event. In certain conditions, crews may be dispatched when 2” are reached before the storm ends. Based on the crew's starting location, you may not see them immediately. Snow-pushing operations begin at different locations each snow event to allow everyone to have their snow pushed first.
We recommend keeping a shovel on hand for your immediate use and in the event of a snow emergency. Always exercise care and diligence when venturing out, even if it's just to get the mail, as moisture in the air combined with freezing temperatures can create the perfect conditions for ice to form. The Master Association provides snow pushing on the sidewalks adjacent to the common areas.
If you believe an area of the Daybreak Community Association's responsibility was missed, please report it below.
Report SNOW-PUSHING issues
Each single-family homeowner is responsible for removing snow from their driveway and entry walks. Per South Jordan City Ordinances, homeowners are required to remove snow from the public sidewalks adjacent to their home and the City street (City Ordinance 12.04.100). The City's street plows may leave a snow berm as they push snow from the center of the road.
Benefited Service Areas and Sub-Associations
Benefited Service Area and Sub-Association residents pay additional assessments for snow-pushing services. Please check your Sub Association or Benefited Service Area governing documents to see what snow-pushing services are provided and what is the homeowner's responsibility. Contact your manager for more information. Note that the City does not service dead-end alleyways, and these areas will be serviced if you live in a Sub-Association or Benefited Service Area.
These guidelines exist to provide safer navigation of streets during a snowstorm for residents and plow trucks. They also make parking requirements easier to remember and follow for the public. During snow events, the City asks that residents park on the even number side of the street. The street will only be plowed if residents follow the new ordinances. Visit South Jordan City for more details.
See City Plowing Map
Exceptions will be made for loading and unloading for up to 30 minutes. Please take a look at City Municipal Code 10.20.010 for further details.
South Jordan City
South Jordan City maintains public streets, lanes and through alleyways. Note that the City does not service dead-end alleyways. These areas will be serviced if you live in a Sub-Association or Benefited Service Area. The Public Works Department operates snow plow crews throughout the winter. Crews will be called out after 1" of snow has accumulated on the roads. Generally, all service levels are plowed simultaneously; however, during severe winter storms, main streets may take precedence for safety reasons. If you have any questions regarding snow pushing in these areas, please get in touch with South Jordan City Public Works Department at (801) 254-3742 or visit their website.
Service Level 1 - Main streets and hills.
Service Level 2 - All residential streets and school ADA routes.
Service Level 3 - Cul-de-sacs and alleyways.
Click here to place a service request with the City.
CMA Ice Melt
Daybreak uses calcium magnesium acetate (CMA) to help prevent ice build-up. CMA is thought to be more environmentally friendly than other products found on the market and less corrosive to concrete, plants and sod. It is meant to be applied sparingly. To use, apply a thin, even layer to prevent ice build-up and avoid using in excessive amounts. If you apply too much in an area, spread it out with a broom or flush it with water.