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Good with a Snow Shovel? City Seeks Volunteers to Help Neighbors in Need Dig Out

A person shoveling snow

Rockville is looking for a few strong-armed winter heroes to help shovel snow for those who can’t manage the digging themselves.

Each winter the Rockville Senior Center looks for ways to help with snow removal for seniors aged 60 and older and individuals with disabilities who live in the City of Rockville to keep them safe and mobile.

If you’re handy with a shovel and don’t mind digging out an extra driveway or clearing a walkway or sidewalk, it’s easy to sign up. Fill out an application at While there, find more information about Rockville’s snow removal policies.

The senior center’s home maintenance coordinator organizes the program and can connect you with neighbors in need near your home.

To volunteer or request snow-shoveling assistance, email Jerry Jones at [email protected], call him at 240-314-8819 or contact the Senior Center Support Services office at 240-314-8810.

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