It just needs to be a tad colder and BOOM, it will officially be snow season.

For some, it can be a great day to play in cold, white fluff. But for others, it can be viewed as a nightmare because of the dangerous driving conditions and the hard labor that must be done to clear paths and driveways.

Well the good news is that if you live in North Wildwood and you are 62 years old and older or are disabled, the town will find volunteers that will shovel the snow and remove the ice from your sidewalks, driveways, and entrances within 24 hours of the snow storm.

“After recognizing the large senior and disabled population we have in North Wildwood, and the difficulty they have with snow and ice removal due to the nature and danger of those activities, I realized something had to be done,” said North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello. “That is why we started a volunteer program that will not only assist, but safeguard that vulnerable population from injury or worse.”

North Wildwood officials are looking for volunteers and people who wish to utilize the program. If you are interested, check out the application HERE or give a call at (609) 522-6464.

Take a look at the original article at NJ.com.

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