Top 5 Things To Do Now That Spring Is Here In Buffalo
We've waited several months for these days to arrive and they're finally here. Spring has sprung in Western New York and we're all excited about everything that it brings for us and our families.
Even though there are tons of snow mounds that still litter the streets of Buffalo, that does not mean we can't finally come outside and begin to enjoy the great Buffalo outdoors.
But now that the ice boom is out of Lake Erie and the Easter bunny is hopping his way into town, what are some things that we really need to do now that it's not frigid cold outside?
Visit The Broadway Market
Spring also means Easter, and nothing in Buffalo is more exciting during Easter than the Broadway Market. So go ahead and gather the family and head down to the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood in Buffalo to experience some traditional Easter festivities in the area.
Do Some Spring Cleaning
The warmer temperatures also mean it's the perfect time to clean out some of the junk that you've accumulated in your basement and garage. This is the perfect time of year to do it, especially since many areas around Buffalo are scheduling their bulk trash pickup days as well.
Pickup After The Doggies
Go ahead and admit it, I know that I'm not the only one who didn't spend a whole lot of time this past winter cleaning up after the dogs in the yard when the had to go out to do their business. Don't forget that Buffalo was ranked one of the poppiest cities in the country, so do your part to remove some of the puppy presents that's been left for us.
Change The Batteries In Your Smoke Detectors
Fire safety is super important and spring is the perfect time to test all of your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and change any batteries that need to be changed. Don't wait any longer, go ahead and do it right now.
Do Not Put Away The Snowblower Yet
We know the sunshine and longer days are tempting you to start prepping the snowblower to be stored away until next winter, but whatever you do, don't do it! This happens every year and every year we have an early spring and mid-spring snowstorm that almost always catches us by surprise - so don't be that guy or gal, leave the snowblower prepped and ready until at least Memorial Day - then maybe it's safe to put it away.