|Denver Snow Angel Program - City of Denver||Provides assistance for older adults and people with limited mobility with clearing their sidewalks during the winter months. A door hanger and/or yellow light bulb is given which will notify neighbors that help is needed.||Denver County||Wellington E Webb Municipal Building - City of Denver||City of Denver|
|Handyman Fix-It Program - Boulder County CareConnect||Provides minor home repairs, yard maintenance, and snow removal. Participants are asked to provide materials for all home repair and maintenance jobs. Services include:
- Grab bar installation
- Lamp and switch repair
- Furniture repair
- Hanging mirrors and pictures
- Installation of weather-stripping
- Energy conservation kit to help clients lower their energy bills
- Seasonal snow removal (IceBusters)
||Boulder County||Boulder County CareConnect||Boulder County CareConnect |
|OAA - Yard and Home Maintenance - Senior Resource Development Agency||Provides handymen who can assist with yard care, mowing, raking, snow removal, and minor household maintenance for seniors aged 60 and older. Client is responsible for materials needed to do the job. No hauling is provided.||Pueblo County||Helping Elders Live Program or HELP||Senior Resource Development Agency|
|Snowbusters (9500 Civic Center Dr) - City of Thornton||Offers a snow shoveling program that matches low-income, disabled Thornton residents with a volunteer to remove snow and ice from residential sidewalks and walkways. Snowbusters volunteers do not remove snow or ice from driveways. Residents must apply for the program annually and are not guaranteed assistance, but they are encouraged to add their name to the wait list.||Adams County||9500 Civic Center Dr - City of Thornton||City of Thornton|
|Snow Busters (East Alameda Parkway) - City of Aurora||Offers snow shoveling for seniors and individuals with disabilities living in the City of Aurora. This service is provided by volunteers and coordinated by the City of Aurora.
- Are matched with a resident who lives within two miles of the volunteer.
- Shovels the public sidewalk of the resident within 24 hours of a snowfall of two inches or more.
- Assists the resident for one snow season beginning in the Fall and ending in the Spring.||Arapahoe County||E Alameda Pkwy - City of Aurora||City of Aurora|
|Snow Removal for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities - City of Northglenn||Matches volunteers to seniors and persons with disabilities in Northglenn, to remove snow from sidewalks on their property.||Adams County||City of Northglenn||City of Northglenn|
|Snow Squad (E 3rd St) - City of Loveland||Coordinates matches between volunteers and qualified Loveland residents, to assist with sidewalk snow shoveling and a path to the door for any snowfall of 2 inches or more. Volunteers commitment is an average of 4 hours for the season.||Larimer County||E 3rd St - City of Loveland||City of Loveland|
|Weld County Youth Conservation Corps (WCYCC) / Weld County Department of Human Services||WCYCC, Weld County Conservation Corps:
The Weld County Youth Conservation Corps (WCYCC) engages its corps members in meaningful community and conservation (land, water, energy) service projects throughout Weld County. From 4-week summer crews to year-round crews, WCYCC serves youth and young adults ages 17 – 24.
WCYCC is backed and supported by the Board of Weld County Commissioners, and operates through the Employment Services of Weld County offices (Dept. of Human Services).
WCYCC TIGHT serves youth and young adults ages 14 – 17.
Crew operates in partnership with the Weld County Child Welfare division.||Weld County||Weld County Department of Human Services||Weld County |