Residential snow clearing crews working faster than anticipated in mild weather

Residential snow clearing operation still scheduled to end Saturday, November 26 at 7 p.m.

City trucks clearing snow on a residential street
Residential snow clearing crews.

We’re continuing to clear residential streets and crews have been working faster than anticipated because of the mild weather and melting. This means you might notice snow plows come through your neighbourhood earlier than your snow zone’s scheduled time.

If crews head to your neighbourhood early, they will clear the driving lane only, and then return during your zone’s scheduled time to clear the parking lanes.

Make sure you know your snow zone letter and check the schedule to ensure your vehicle is moved off the road (and 3m back from the curb if on driveways) when the ban is on for your zone. If you haven’t yet, consider downloading our Know Your Zone app as soon as possible. It will tell you what parking bans are in effect for your street and let you know about upcoming ones. It’s free on the Apple and Google Play app stores.

This residential snow clearing operation is scheduled to end Saturday, November 26 at 7 p.m. If you believe your street has been missed, please wait until then to report it using our online reporting form. You can also contact 311Please note, if crews plowed the driving lane of your street ahead of schedule and left a windrow against your vehicle, contact 311 to report this as soon as possible.

While we won’t enforce parking restrictions outside of a snow zone’s designated timeframe, we may return at any time throughout the operation to inspect and clean up missed areas.

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