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The snow’s still coming down in Denver. We hope you are staying warm today! 📷: @mgeslinphoto Have you shoveled your sidewalk yet? Be a good neighbor and shovel all sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, and bus stops around your home as soon as it's practical and safe. It’s everyone’s responsibility to keep the sidewalks adjacent to their home or business clear and accessible. Businesses have 4 hours after the snow stops to shovel, and residents have 24 hours. Do you know a neighbor in need? Show kindness and offer to help your neighbors if they aren't able to shovel. Neighbors helping neighbors is one of the things that makes Denver great. Follow the link in our bio to volunteer to be an official “snow angel” or just do a #NeighborCheck. There are all sorts of reasons why people may need assistance, or they may just not know what the city’s rules are for keeping sidewalks clear.
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