It sure would be nice...
 
By HFD Newsroom
March 19, 2017
 

... if City of Hudson residents and property owners would take a little extra time to shovel out any fire hydrants on their property when they are shoveling their sidewalks and driveways following a snowstorm.

To paraphrase the title of a well known short story, "The Property You Save May Be Your Own"

 
Mike McCrady and Wally Moore trying to find the location of a buried fire hydrant in Hudson. They were among 20 or so Hudson volunteer firefighters who shoveled out numerous fire hydrants citywide on Saturday, March 18th.
Mike McCrady and Wally Moore trying to find the location of a buried fire hydrant in Hudson. They were among 20 or so Hudson volunteer firefighters who shoveled out numerous fire hydrants citywide on Saturday, March 18th.
You would never know there was a fire hydrant buried in this snow bank.
You would never know there was a fire hydrant buried in this snow bank.
 
Mike McCrady and Wally Moore clearing snow from the buried hydrant in the previous photo.
Mike McCrady and Wally Moore clearing snow from the buried hydrant in the previous photo.
Fortunately this hydrant had been cleared of snow. Unfortunately a car was parked in front of it.
Fortunately this hydrant had been cleared of snow. Unfortunately a car was parked in front of it.