Street map with color coding of clearing stages online here!
PDF file has 2.68 MB and covers the whole city area. It is recommended to look at the plan in a 200/300% zoom.
In 2010 streets were divided into three categories with different urgency. Since then, it has been specified that roads with higher traffic density or steep slopes are cleared or gritted more frequently, while roads with lower traffic density and slopes are cleared or gritted less frequently, or not at all if the snow depth is low. Further, it was determined how the winter service in the streets of these three categories should look like. Even under the new clearing and gritting plan, the public's concern for road safety is given priority. As before, a standard will be achieved that will still be above average in an inter-municipal comparison.
As in other municipalities, Schramberg has a local bylaw that stipulates that residents must clear and grit sidewalks for pedestrian traffic or, if there are none, a strip for pedestrians on the roadway. This regulation is still valid. Here is the gritting obligation statute of the city of Schramberg.
These three categories are as follows:
Classified roads (federal, state, county roads) / In the plan red
Roads that are due to their importance for the city of particular importance and / or particularly dangerous / In the plan green
Subordinate roads / In the plan blue
The main points of the clearing and gritting plan here briefly listed: