Jennifer contacted the City of Hugo about this possibility, and she reported to the Board,
"The City has a priority list of sidewalks they will clear in the winter time. It has to do with the amount of traffic, snow push volume and proximity to schools. If a sidewalk is considered a low priority (in front of residential homes or parks that do not have winter attractions) it is expected that everyone follow the “good neighbor” system and clear the sidewalk near them. This idea is especially expected when sidewalks are within Associations. The City expects the Association to be a “good neighbor” and clear those sidewalks and parking areas. I asked if there was any sort of ordinance requiring this and the answer was no and that the City Counsel is against creating one. This means the Association can stop clearing those sidewalks if you [the Board] desire without consequence from the City (homeowners may feel differently)."