Snow Removal Tips

In preparation for the incoming snowstorm, here is a reminder of the cluster dos and don’ts:

  • For those who live in the circle, please only park in the perpendicular spaces; don’t park parallel to a curb so that the snow plow can maneuver around the parking lot and not worry about damaging any vehicles. If you live in the circle and see any cars remaining in the parallel spaces, please knock on the owner’s door and remind them to move their vehicle(s).
  • It is your responsibility to shovel out your parking spaces and the common sidewalk in front of your house. Please do not pile your snow in the parking lot but instead pile it on grassy areas.
  • If you are going to be out of town or cannot shovel for some reason, please make arrangements to have your sidewalks shoveled.
  • Please do not use salt or chemical ice melt on the common sidewalks. We were told by Dominion Paving and Sealing that any chemical ice melt, even those that are “environmentally safe,” still degrade concrete over time and will damage turf or plants. The easiest way to avoid ice buildup is to shovel early and often during the snow storm before it gets walked on.
  • Don’t take (or allow a guest to take) another homeowner’s parking space that they have worked to shovel clear of snow until the snow melts enough to free up the few vacant spaces that we have.
  • Please shovel out fire hydrants near your area, so that they are visible.
  • Please clear the area in front of the mail boxes if the plow does not do it so that the mailman can get to them.

Be safe out there and enjoy the first winter wonderland of the season!

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2 thoughts on “Snow Removal Tips

  1. If anyone is interested in a snow day happy hour, meet at the island in the Court starting at 4pm. BYOB 😊❄️🍻

    On Sat, Jan 12, 2019, 10:43 AM Harpers Square Cluster sbeyderman posted: “In preparation for the incoming snowstorm, here is a > reminder of the cluster dos and don’ts: For those who live in the circle, > please only park in the perpendicular spaces; don’t park parallel to a curb > so that the snow plow can maneuver around the par” >

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