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WINTER PARKING & SNOW REMOVAL


WINTER PARKING & SNOW REMOVAL

Winter is here and the snow is coming soon! Just a reminder that residents are required by ordinance to keep parked vehicles off the roads between the hours of 4:00 AM and 4:00 PM each year from November 1 through March 15. This allows our snowplow operators to clear the snow off streets. We also ask that residents do not push snow into the streets. Please keep your sidewalks clear and salted, and be willing to assist your neighbors with special needs with their snow removal as well! Lindon City prioritizes snow removal. First to be plowed are the main arteries, collector streets, and then local and residential streets. During a heavy snowstorm, most of our resources may be spent keeping the main arteries open, and your street may not be plowed until resources become available. Please be patient and know that we will do our best to keep our streets clear. Let’s all help to make life easier for our great Snowplow drivers as they work to keep the roads safe for all of us! Thanks for your cooperation!

 

 


 

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Volunteer Opportunities


 Looking for an opportunity to volunteer?
Volunteer today with Mountainland Aging and Family Services Department! We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for people with different skills and interests:

Volunteer Ombudsman: Is dignity important to you? It is to the elderly, also! The ombudsman program is a voice for the elderly in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Ombudsman volunteer staff do a variety of things to help assure the residents in long-term care facilities receive the quality of care and quality of life which protects their dignity and well-being. For more information, call 801-229-3807 or email Nancy Madsen at nmadsen@mountainland.org  

Be a Friendly Visitor Volunteer and provide respite (a break) to family caregivers. By providing a few hours of companionship each month to an elder, you can preserve the well-being and quality of life for both the caregiver and the elder they are caring for. For more information, call 801-229-3818 or email cwheatley@mountainland.org.

Make a difference one hour once a week! Meals-on-Wheels need volunteers to deliver meals to homebound seniors in our community. For more information, visit www.mountainland.org/volunteer or call 801-229-3821.