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Coyote Breeding Season As if the warning about falling though the ice was not a…

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Coyote Breeding Season

As if the warning about falling though the ice was not a good enough reason to leash your dog here is another, it is coyote breeding season. During this time the males are searching for mates and the females begin denning. During this time through the pupping season they become more aggressive and will attack passerby or pets that come too close to their dens.

Firestone is home to its fair share of wildlife including coyotes. They can be found denning along the trails, ditches, and open spaces around town and are often heard singing their songs during the night. During this time please be extra vigilant about coyote sightings. Please follow the leash law and keep your pets leashed. Do not leave pet’s unattended outside after dark. Keep to the trails and do not go into the open space or trespass though vacant or farm land. Coyote are not strictly nocturnal and may be seen at any time.

If you come across a coyote, do not disturb it and slowly back away keeping direct eye contact, while making yourself appear as large as possible. Remind children to stay out of the above mentioned areas. Please keep our wildlife wild by not searching them out or making undue contact with them.

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Firestone Public Works has the snow plows out clearing the streets. Please be s…

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Firestone Public Works has the snow plows out clearing the streets. Please be safe driving today, slow down and increase space between you and the vehicle in front of you. Do not pass the snow plows and give them the space they need to make our roads safe.

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With accumulating snow (finally) in the forecast, we would like to take a moment…

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With accumulating snow 🌨(finally) in the forecast, we would like to take a moment to remind everyone that you are required to remove the snow and ice from all the sidewalks adjacent to your property within 24 hours of snowfall ending. If you live on a corner lot, this includes the sidewalk along the side of your property all the way to the rear property line.

Please make it safe for the children walking to school, their buses, neighbors walking dogs, and our handicapped residents to navigate the neighborhoods.

PS: Don’t worry it’s just a little snow, no need to run to the store for emergency milk, bread and eggs. 🥛🍞

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