One thing that makes Buffalo unique is our weather.  So when we get snow, what are the rules for removing it?

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Our city is unique in a lot of ways!  In Buffalo, we are known as The City of Good Neighbors.  We do a lot for each other here.  Whether it's helping someone out financially, or something as simple as just watching someone's house when we know they're going to be out of town, we do what we can to be neighborly.

It feels like that's especially true when it comes to snow.

We know it can be a burden for some people.  It's a task, and it's not always easy.  Whether it's because they're gone all day at work and just can't keep their driveways or sidewalks cleared, or maybe physically they just can't take care of it, most people do what they can to chip in.

I can't tell you how many times my neighbors have bailed me out with the snow.  Luckily, I've got a snowblower that's in good shape now, so I can take care of it a little better now, but there were some times that I really needed their help!

But did you know there is actual etiquette when it comes to snow removal?  There are some things you should and shouldn't do whether it's your driveway or someone else's that you should always adhere to.

I mean, can do what you want as long as it's not a law.  But if you want to be a good neighbor and get along with the people who live around you, doing these things won't hurt.

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