DON’T FORGET the WATER SPIGOTS! Prepare your home from freezing temperatures and other tips from the Official website of the Department of Homeland Security. Visit - https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather
Did you know? If your home loses power or heat for more than a few hours or if you do not have adequate supplies to stay warm in your home overnight, you may want to go to a designated public shelter if you can get there safely. Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362 (4FEMA) to find the nearest shelter in your area (e.g., SHELTER20472)
Snow removal is the responsibility of all homeowners
Snow removal in the Common areas is provided by Quail Run Staff .The Maintenance staff will remove snow after 4 inch accumulation in the following order; first from streets, then from city main sidewalks , then the community main sidewalks, and finally from walkways. Ice melt will be applied as needed to sidewalks after all areas have been plowed and hand shoveled.
Limited Common areas requiring snow and ice removal is the responsibility of the individual homeowner. Please ensure you have a snow shovel on hand should you need to dig yourself. Have plenty of ice melt to use on porches and walkways to guard against slips and falls. Prepare now to ensure your safety, the unpredictable season is rapidly approaching. Please remember to be a neighbor for those who need assistance.
According to the City of Aurora, snow removal on City streets and sidewalks must be removed within 24 hours after a snowfall ends, and 48 hours after a snow emergency is declared by the city. Your patience during this process is appreciated.
Shovel for a needy neighbor
For residents incapable of shoveling after a snowfall , the city's Snow Buster program pairs volunteers with people who live near them. To volunteer , apply online at www.AuroraGov.org/SnowBusters
or call 303-739-7083 for more information.
For more information or questions, please contact GLF for trash or recycling at (303) 744-9881, or visit https://gflenv.com/www.alpinewaste.comThe use of TRASH CANS to be placed at the street for trash pickup is PROHIBITED. The disposal company has been instructed to dispose of the cans as trash if found at the curb or street. Trash cans must be kept in fenced backyards or storage sheds, and where there is no fence or shed; trash cans must be tightly closed and stored on decks. Trash cans are prohibited on the front porch and in rock beds.
This crime is very much preventable.
One of the biggest vulnerabilities to vehicle theft is the availability of a valet key inside or on the car. One of the biggest vulnerabilities to theft from motor vehicles is the leaving of valuables in the car that are easily identifiable from outside. If you must leave valuables inside your car, hide them. Place them under a seat, in the glove compartment, or in the trunk. And NEVER leave your keys inside the vehicle. Please contact the Aurora Police to report theft.