The District provides 24-hour snow removal service during times of heavy snowfall, as well as salting and sanding during extreme cold temperatures, to keep our roads safe.
Please help the snow clearing process by:
The Traffic Bylaw requires owners and occupiers of property to clear snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property. "Duty to clear ice and snow" is outlined in section 4.2. The District clears sidewalks adjacent to municipal and vacant Crown property.
Tips for snow clearing:
Thank you for doing your part to ensure sidewalks are safe to use in a timely manner following a snow storm.
During snow storms, crews will be focused on first priorities that may cause delays to clearing secondary and residential areas.
Sanding and plowing may be carried out on a 24-hour basis as long as poor conditions exist.
When the storm lets up or crews have successfully plowed and sanded/salted the first priority routes, the remaining work on residential routes is performed during regular eight-hour shifts.
Snow clearing operations shall be conducted according to the following:
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