Lowell Snow Plowing

Lowell seniors can sign up to have free snow plowing this winter.

Lowell senior citizens can sign up for “Operation Rosebud,” which offers free snow shoveling and snow plowing from LHS Junior ROTC

Lowell, MA – Dubbed “Operation Rosebud,” the city of Lowell, Massachusetts offers its senior residents 65 years of age and older the chance to have their driveways plowed and walkways and sidewalks shoveled, anywhere within Lowell. These plowing and shoveling services are provided by members of the Lowell High School Junior ROTC Program.

Because of the high demand for this service last year and the difficulty in keeping up with continuous calls that came in to the service, seniors are required to sign up and leave their name, address, and phone numbers on file by Wednesday, September 15, 2010. Unfortunately, the city will not be able to accommodate seniors who sign up later than that date.

The Summer of 2010 may be just heating up, but now is the time to think about the snowy winter and how it could impact you or a senior citizen who lives in Lowell.

To sign up for this FREE service, Lowell city residents may call the Neighborhood Services Citizens Hotline at (978) 970-4035 or Mayor’s Office at (978) 970-4040 before September 15, 2010. More information about this can be found on the Lowell City Manager’s blog website.