There is still time to volunteer for the City's Snow Angels program, as volunteers today and tomorrow clear sidewalks for residents in need.
Snow Angels is the latest initiative of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's servePGH program. It connects volunteers with seniors or physically disabled residents who need help shoveling their sidewalks, steps and walkways.
To date, there are more than 85 volunteers serving 133 residents in 38 neighborhoods, but there are still more residents in need, especially in the south and west areas of Pittsburgh. To become a Snow Angel, visit pittsburghpa.gov/servepgh/snowangels. The city will provide volunteers with melting salt, brightly colored vests and a snow shovel.
To learn more about Cities of Service and servePGH visit pittsburghpa.gov/servepgh.