Officially, plowing of streets begins when the depth reaches 3". However, when labor and equipment are available, we generally plow lesser amounts to reduce icing. Streets are our first priority . Plowing starts at 4:00 a.m. during the week and at 7:00 a.m. on weekends (if approved by the Board). PLEASE BE AWARE OF SNOW PLOWS MOVING THROUGH STONEY BROOK AND LEAVE EXTRA SPACE BETWEEN THEM AND YOUR VEHICLE TO ALLOW FOR SUDDEN TURNS AND STOPS.
Next we plow cul-de-sacs, which are plowed when the depth reaches 3", but again are generally plowed with lesser amounts. Starting times vary, but are generally plowed concurrent with streets.
The driveways are cleared next using a combination of mechanical equipment and personnel with snow shovels. Though we strive to have driveways cleared within 8 hours once it stops snowing, due to limited personnel and equipment, it may take up to 24 hours to get all the driveways cleared.
Following driveways are the walkways servicing units’ front doors. However, because of limited available personnel on weekends and holidays, walkways may not be cleared until the next regular workday.
Paths that do not lead to the residence door will be shoveled if personnel are available.
We generally sand streets at stop signs and mail boxes and will sand other areas when requested by a resident. Sanding of walks and driveways is done when requested . Residents must call each time sand is needed as it will not be done on a regular basis.
Ice melt is very rarely used as this product will get washed into our ponds and can cause major damage to fish and other living organisms in the ponds. Ice melt may be applied depending upon location when requested.
As we all know, with winter in Colorado, we get snow and ice build up from time to time, and it is impossible to provide an absolutely clear street, walk, drive, etc. at all times. We will do our best to maintain safe conditions for everyone.
If there is a true emergency, call the office at 303-771-4656, and we will respond as quickly as possible.