If you or a neighbor is…
- an older adult
- living with a disability
- temporarily ill
- physically unable
Denver’s Snow Angels are here to help with snow removal during the 2019-2020 winter season. Here is how you can request assistance or volunteer to help your neighbors:
What is the Snow Angels Program?
Established in 2017, the Snow Angels program is an initiative of the Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships that is aimed to assist residents in Denver in need of assistance shoveling their sidewalks and driveways during the cold winter months. These can be older active adults, neighbors living with a disability, residents who are temporarily ill, and those physically unable to shovel.
How can I let my neighbors know I need help?
Contact the Snow Angel Program using the form on their webpage here or send an email to [email protected] with your name and address. You may also contact them by phone at 720-913-8452. They will send you a Snow Angels door hanger that tells your neighbors you need help with shoveling. They partner with Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO) like our Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association to get the word out to participants and volunteers.
How can I sign up to volunteer or get involved in the program?
Contact using the form on their webpage here or send an email to [email protected] with your name and address and we will get you connected with neighbors in your area that need help. Working with your Registered Neighborhood Organization like our Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association is another great way to get involved with this, and other Citywide Initiatives.