Denver's Snow Angels

Person shoveling snow from a sidewalk

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 front sidewalks 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.


If you or a neighbor is an older adult, living with a disability, temporarily ill, and/or physically unable to remove snow Denver's Snow Angels are here to help with snow removal during the 2021-2022 winter season. Please look out for neighbors on your block who could use the extra help and let's do a #NeighborCheck during this winter season.

Getting Help With Snow Removal

To request a volunteer to assist with snow removal, fill out the registration form below or email us at SnowAngels@denvergov.org with your name and address. We will do our best to match you with a volunteer Snow Angel in your neighborhood who can assist you. 

*Please be patient. We do not yet have volunteers in every area.


Becoming a Volunteer

To become a volunteer Snow Angel, fill out the form below or email us at SnowAngels@denvergov.org with your name and address. We will connect you with neighbors in your area who need help.

Working with your Registered Neighborhood Organization

Working with your local registered neighborhood organization is another great way to get involved with this program and other citywide initiatives. You can search our online RNO map for the RNO in your neighborhood.

Find the RNO in your neighborhood


Apply Online

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