Snow Removal

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this page updated October 2017

Residents that have questions or concerns about snow removal should contact their individual sub-association's Community Manager.  They are in the best position to understand what your sub association's snow removal contract provides, whether or not your contractor has communicated their action plans, etc.. Your own Community Manager should be fully informed on what your snow removal contractors are doing. If there's a problem in your area, they can address it directly with the contractor.

Please keep in mind that there are always challenges with large scale snow removal. As often happens, regardless of whether a contractor takes care of your snow for you or you shovel yourself- inevitably the City Plow undoes your work and leaves a hard pile of snow at the end of the driveway and sidewalk.

With as much snow as we often see, it's never going to be perfect at any given time of day. A balance to find the right time to plow must be found. Plow sidewalks too early and the City plow will undo the work. Wait for the City plow, and anger folks who can't get out of their driveways in the morning.


Please refer to the map and list below to find the Community Manager who can help you.  Ensure that you provide your exact address/location in your communication with them.



The following info relates to the 2017-2018 snow removal season:

The Gables at Victor Gardens Condominium Association
Snow removal services provided by On Time
Rick Pribyl, Property Manager
Genesis Property Management
Phone (763) 424-0300
Emergency (612)-701-2769

Email: rpribyl@genesismn.com


Villas at Victor Gardens Condominium Association

Snow removal services provided by Birch
Contact: 
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com



South Village at Victor Gardens Condominium Association
Snow removal services provided by Birch
Contact: 
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com


Creek Side Villas at Victor Gardens Association
Snow removal services provided by Horticulture Services
Contact:
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com


North Village Villas at Victor Gardens Condominium Association
Snow removal services provided by Birch
Contact: 
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com


North Village at Victor Gardens Condominium Association
Snow removal services provided by On Time
Contact: 
Shannon Costello


Victor Gardens Single Family Village Homeowners Association
Individual homeowner's driveways and sidewalks to the front door are the responsibility of individual homeowners. The City of Hugo plows city streets.  Association-owned alleys/carraigways and public sidewalks' snow removal services are provided by Birch. 
Contact: 
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com


Victor Gardens Community Association (The Master Association)
Snow removal services provided by Birch. This includes the Master Assn's sidewalks, alleyways, Neighborhood Activity Center & Pool parking lot, numerous individual park sidewalks, "Greens", and other common areas maintained by the Master Association.
Contact: 
Colleen Brown, Community Manager
Associa Minnesota
7100 Northland Circle N. Suite 300, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
763-746-1188 
AtYourService@Associa.Us
www.associaminnesota.com


For Fire Safety, Clear Ice and Snow from Hydrants


clearing hydrants saves firefighters precious time

It's important to have a minimum of three feet around the hydrant to give the fire department room to work and to get quick access in case of a fire. If a hydrant is lost or buried in snow, firefighters can lose valuable time trying to locate it when they first arrive at a fire.

Digging out the hydrant is not only the neighborly thing to do, but it is crucial in an emergency for the firefighters to be able to quickly hook up their hoses.