Need help shoveling? Denver and FOX31 have placards to let neighbors know
DENVER -- It has now been more than 24 hours since the snow stopped falling in Denver, which means legally, residents should have cleared the sidewalks next to their properties. But across the city, it's not hard to find sidewalks still covered in snow. "It's easy to assume that they're lazy or that they don't want to go out there and put forth the effort," said Derek Okubo. "But oftentimes, there's reasons, such as the individual being an older adult, or health issues which prevents them from going out to shovel."