Boulder is one of many cities with a shoveling ordinance, which means residents have 24 hours to clear sidewalks after a snow fall. The city lifted enforcement last weekend, but that’s come to an end.
Boulder authorities are temporarily waiving fines for residents who failed to clear their public sidewalks this week.
It might not be too long before residents in Denver are out shoveling snow off driveways and sidewalks again, and Denver city leaders are looking for a few good “snow buddies.”
It was a busy day for Denver city inspectors on Monday. First thing in the morning they hit the streets to make sure homeowners and businesses were following the law and keeping their sidewalks clear.
Xcel Energy is warning customers not to bury their gas meter when shoveling.
Too many people grab their shovels and scoop up the snow as quickly as they can in an effort to clear their sidewalks and driveways of snow before it starts to stick.