What's All This About?
Washington area governments are doing their best to help our region dig out of this mess of a snow storm. We can all do our little part to make things better. That's where you come in.
This Web site was built to be a simple tool that allows neighbor to help neighbor. Got an extra shovel? Post it up here. Know someone that can't clean their own sidewalk or driveway and could use an extra set of arms to dig out? Organize an impromptu snow shoveling party.
Snow shovel-ready Washington area residents are here to help!
** An important note: This is not related to any official government Web site, and reports here are simply a way for people to let others know where help is needed. If you are facing a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately.**
However...if you're able bodied, and have a lot of energy to pour back to your community, post your resources here, pick up a shovel, and help dig your neighbor out of Snowmageddon.
This site is intended as a community bulletin board for good samaritan assistance and not for promoting commercial goods and services. It is offered as a free service to readers, and The Washington Post is not responsible for the actions of those who participate in it or the content of postings.
Be safe out there!
Pepco: Outages, 877-737-2662; Downed lines, 202-872-3432 (on Twitter @PepcoConnect)
Dominion: 888-667-3000 (on Twitter @DomVAPower)
Allegheny Power: 800-255-3443
Downed limbs and trees
Prince George's: 301-499-8600