Navigating Winter Safely Together

Published on March 14, 2024

Snowstorm Advisory Navigating Winter Safely Together

As we weather this significant snowstorm, we want to ensure everyone stays safe and connected during this challenging weather event. With heavy snowfall anticipated, it's crucial for us to come together as a community and look out for one another.

Let's extend a helping hand where possible—whether it's clearing driveways and sidewalks or checking in on neighbors who may require assistance— and together, we can uphold safety and unity within our community. Here are some essential snowstorm tips to keep in mind:

  • Stay informed: Stay updated with the latest weather forecasts and advisories from local authorities. Follow official channels for accurate information on road conditions, closures, and safety advisories.
  • Check on neighbors: Reach out to elderly neighbors, individuals with disabilities, or those in need of extra assistance during the storm. A simple phone call or visit can significantly impact everyone's well-being.
  • Prepare your home: Take necessary precautions to protect your property from heavy snowfall, including clearing walkways, driveways, and sidewalks. Ensure your heating systems are in working order and stock up on essentials like food, water, and medications. For information regarding the City’s snow and ice control services, including the Snow and Ice Control Plan and interactive snowplow route designation map, please visit
  • Travel with caution: If travel is unavoidable, exercise extreme caution. Drive at reduced speeds, maintain a safe distance from other vehicles, and remain vigilant of slippery road conditions.
  • Stay connected: Utilize communication channels to stay connected with family, friends, and neighbors. Share important updates, offer assistance if needed, and provide support to one another throughout this snowy period. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at 303-325-8000.

Remember, our strength as a community lies in our ability to come together during times of adversity. By taking proactive measures and looking out for one another, we can navigate this snowstorm safely and ensure the well-being of all Centennial residents and communities.

Stay safe, stay warm, and take care, Centennial!