PLOWS HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED
Our snow contractor will be making their way through the neighborhoods starting on 2 March (Monday). Be sure to remove cars from the roads when possible, as this will enable quicker, more thorough plowing.
Our expectation is 72 hours to remove all snow from residential roads upon snowfall cessation. Factors such as number of vehicles on the roads, current weather conditions, and total accumulation can increase or decrease this time. That being said, our contractor’s goal is always to remove all snow within 48 hours (2 days) of snowfall cessation.
Update (3 March | 10AM): Currently, Moose Crossing, and some of JBER-R still require snow removal. Unfortunately, the loader that connects to the snow blower is damaged and is currently being repaired. Plows will still work to clear roads, but the actual removal of snow will not take place until the repair is made.
Update (3 March | 6 PM): We are sorry to report that the blower is still down. Our contractor is confident that it will be back up and running tomorrow. In the meantime, they are attempting to clear the following neighborhoods as best as they can. Keep in mind, the blower is used to pick up the snow piles, berms, and wind rows; unfortunately until it is operational, they will not be able to fully remove snow. The following neighborhoods are incomplete and will be hit as soon as everything is working again. We thank you for your patience and deeply apologize for the inconvenience.
Update (4 March | 4 PM): The blower has been repaired. Snow removal will continue, with the goal of completing all of JBER-R and Moose Crossing tomorrow. We once again thank you for your patience and deeply apologize for the inconvenience.
Please be extra cautious when driving through the neighborhoods. Keep your distance from other vehicles and be mindful of children out playing and neighbors out shoveling.
DEPLOYED SPOUSE BENEFITS
If you qualify for our Deployed Spouse Program, you may opt to receive complimentary driveway snow removal.