Sidewalks

The regulations call for inspectors to begin enforcement after snow has stopped falling…checking business areas the same day and residential areas the following day.

Inspectors check business areas proactively, and residential areas in response to complaints.

After leaving “a time-stamped notice at properties with un-shoveled sidewalks,” businesses are given four hours and residences have 24 hours to take care of the situation prior to a re-check and a potential fine that begins at $150 for a first offense, escalating to $500 and $999 for a second and third, respectively.

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Denver requires that property owners clear snow and ice from their sidewalks, including adjacent ADA ramps, so that EVERYONE has safe access throughout the city! Senior citizens, people with disabilities, parents with strollers, and mail carriers — just to name a few — struggle to negotiate hazardous walkways. You can, and will, be fined for not clearing your sidewalks.