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Snow Angels go to School!

As of January 15, 2015, The City of Calgary officially welcomes all Calgary schools and their students to take part in Snow Angels and help keep community sidewalks safe this winter.

This rapidly growing campaign began in 2004 as a way to help older adults, and people with limited mobility, keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice as required by City bylaws.

And Snow Angels does more than that. It raises community pride and brings us all a little closer together through active citizenship. It’s also a great opportunity for students to complete volunteer hours needed for some courses and to exercise outdoors!

​What is involved?
Register as a Snow Angel School by calling 311 or filling out a 311 online form. You will need to provide the name and address of your school, name of a contact person and the number of students you expect will participate. An information package will be sent to you.
​Share ​the information you will receive with your students and their parents.
​Review ​the Sidewalk Clearing Safety Tips and the below video for how to shovel snow safely. Also check here for some Frequently Asked Questions.
​Track ​the number and names of participants in your school.

At the end of the campaign, each participating school will be contacted for the total number of Snow Angels and receive official recognition.

Shovelling snow can be a strenuous activity. The below video outlines some tips to keep in mind to make sure you are doing it safely. You can also review the Sidewalk Clearing Safety Tips.