Well, to their credit, the city plowed many of the small residential streets between 13th and 14th from Spring to Park. Myself and others tweeted up a storm about it to the mayor, DC 311 and others, and the mayor responded and said she was on it, but I'm not sure if that helped or not. Fingers crossed. However, many streets from 14th to 16th are still unplowed according to Tom Lee's plowing map, as well as some of those residential streets in Park View: Quebec, Otis, Lamont, Keefer and 9th. They also got some of the southern Columbia Heights streets, but the 1400 blocks of Chapin and Fairmont still appear to be unplowed.
I also noticed that sidewalks adjacent to some city owned land hasn't been shoveled -- notably the triangle park at 14th/Otis/Ogden and around the Trolley Turnaround Park at 11th and Monroe. The 11th and Park dog park, which is owned by Metro, also hasn't had its sidewalks shoveled, and they were pretty bad. Metro responded to my tweet about it saying they'd forward it to their bus team, but I haven't heard back around Trolley Turnaround Park.
Thankfully it's sunny, so nature may do some of the job, but still, it's been 4 days. And my shovel is broken.