information in this website has been compiled to answer questions
most frequently asked regarding Village services and policies.
It also outlines procedures to be followed by residents when they
participate in the various programs offered to them.
Please take a few moments to read through this informative website.
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to questions not addressed here, Village staff is available to
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||Snowmobile Operation Requirements Within
The Village of Plover
Snowmobiling in the Village of Plover is a privilege not to be taken lightly. Snowmobiles may only be operated in the Village of Plover to gain access to and from the Portage County snowmobile trail system only when the trail system is open. In addition, snowmobilers are required to travel on the extreme right side of the pavement or shoulder and must travel with the flow of traffic. Snowmobilers are required to travel the shortest distance that is necessary to access the County snowmobile trail from their home or lodging establishment.
The Village has documented numerous incidents of snowmobilers not following these regulations in previous years. Snowmobilers had rode through and damaged Village parks, had not been travelling in the right-of-way as required, damaged the Plover River pedestrian bridge by driving over it, and trespassed on private properties. The Village of Plover is reminding all snowmobile operators who use Village rights-of-of-way that the Village will monitor snowmobile conformance this winter. If snowmobilers abuse the privileges granted by the Village this winter, the Village Board will consider actions to eliminate the operation of snowmobiles within the Village (except for operation at designated trailering locations and lodging establishments.
Please remember: If you abuse your snowmobiling privileges, you will lose them.
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