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Snow warden scheme

Snow warden scheme

The Chesterfield snow warden scheme was launched as a pilot in 2011 to encourage people in local communities to become volunteer snow wardens.

The scheme is part of the winter weather policy developed to tackle extreme winter weather such as that experienced back in November 2010.

The scheme currently has over 80 volunteers signed up to help clear footpaths in Chesterfield in the event of inclement weather.

When the snow comes, the wardens go into operation with the training and equipment they have been provided with, and make a real impact with respect to the areas of footpaths that are cleared.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer snow warden, please complete the questionnaire below or contact Sam Sherlock, Senior Emergency Planning Officer, on 01246 345 407, or email sam.sherlock@chesterfield.gov.uk.

Links to other websites

Useful documents

Snow Warden Questionnaire (word 569 KB)
Snow Warden Fit to Participate Form (word 558 KB)
Snow Warden Information Sheet (word 575 KB)
Snow Code (word 568 KB)
Snow Warden Risk Assessment (pdf 54 KB)
Snow Warden Grit Request Form (word 565 KB)
Snow Warden Useful Contacts (word 581 KB)

Last updated on 10 October 2017