A Guide for Homeowners, Property Managers, Businesses & Residents
• Prepare in advance for the snow season by getting the necessary equipment, including a good snow shovel and ice melt or material to help with traction.
• If you live on a private street, get together with your Homeowner Association (HOA) and make sure there is a plan for snow removal.
• Know what is too much for you. Pace yourself when cleaning snow because it can be a physically-intensive and strenuous task. In cases of heavy snowfall, you may want to consider hiring a service or a person to clean the snow from your sidewalk or driveway.
• If you can, look in on and help your neighbors who are elderly, disabled, or otherwise homebound