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Snow Shoveling

Every Winter Chicago faces frigid temperatures and lots of snow, and every year M3 is out there shoveling to make life a little easier for our neighbors. After every big snow we shovel for seniors, residents with disabilities, areas with vacant homes/lots, under-resourced schools, and more.

On average Chicago gets 3 feet of snow each year. In 1978, Chicago got nearly 8 feet - 87.9 inches to be exact! The heaviest 24-hour snowfall was 18.6 inches on January 2nd, 1999. That is a lot of snow!

If you’d like to help us and be notified of upcoming shoveling events, sign up as a volunteer below!

If you’re a senior citizen that needs our help, living with a disability, or concerned about an area that never gets shoveled, request M3 Snow Shoveling below!


Volunteer Sign Up

Name *
Name
Cell Phone *
Cell Phone
For Text Reminders & Cancellations
We want to know what neighborhood you're repping!

Request for Snow Shoveling

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Name
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
*For text updates
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If Other, describe in your 'Message to M3'
Address Needing Snow Shoveling *
Address Needing Snow Shoveling