snowclearing

Residents will see improvements in snowclearing this winter, especially on sidewalks that are “curb-faced” have have no snow storage capacity. The Community Services Committee approved adding an additional $90,000 to the snow clearing budget, to begin this winter. The new services include: $34,000 for additional snow removal via loading and trucking of snow away from areas …

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Council has approved enhanced snow clearing on the Centennial Bikeway, Beachway and North Hydro Corridor, through the addition of one contracted unit at an annual cost of $48,000. Residents use these paths to get to school, work or the downtown throughout the winter, often more than adjacent sidewalks. They have been requesting better snow clearing …

Better snowclearing of Centennial Bikeway coming next winter Read More »

I’ve received numerous calls and emails regarding snow clearing, particularly for sidewalks in the downtown. There have been several exceptional weather events recently that have complicated snowclearing, however the situation provides an opportunity to review existing snowclearing policies and ask whether we need some enhancements. Snow plowing on primary and secondary roads begins when the …

Seeking your feedback: Snow clearing Read More »