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Winter Storm


There is a winter storm bearing down on the Northern Colorado area which is forecasted to affect the region through early next week. This storm is expected to bring only 1-3” of new snow accumulation, however, the primary impact will be very low temperatures, accompanied by wind chills as low as -40°. With all of this in mind, there is an increased likelihood of service delays as our snow removal company has added safety breaks for their teams, as well as the possibility of equipment-related delays resulting from the extreme conditions.

The District snow removal contractor is committed to providing the best service in the timeliest manner possible. Rest assured that they will make every reasonable effort to remain on schedule, however, we may be calling upon you for a little patience and understanding as we navigate what is expected to be exceptionally challenging conditions in the coming days.

Please see below for the District Snow Removal Policy:

Snow removal is a “Post Storm” service. This means that snow removal will start after the storm has passed. The district threshold for snow removal services is 2 inches of snowfall.

If there is 2+ inches of snowfall, Timnath Ranch Metro District clears common area sidewalks, and trails.  Please  review the District snow removal map. 

Snow Removal Map 
A satellite view of a suburban area with streets, buildings, a river, and labels indicating businesses and landmarks.

Owners are responsible for clearing snow from the sidewalk in front of and adjacent to the home within 24 hours of the completion of the storm.

The Town of Timnath clears snow on the public roads. Please click here to review the town's snow removal policy. 

Please remember the inherent risks associated with winter weather in Colorado. Exercise caution when walking outside during icy or snowy conditions. 

Please reach out to with any questions or concerns.

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