Ice control activities, including salting and sanding, are undertaken city-wide to improve traction on roadways as conditions warrant on bridge decks and overpasses, as well as P1, P2 and P3 streets as required.
Learn more about the City’s snow disposal sites
Selon les conditions, le déglaçage, qui inclut l’épandage de sel et de sable, est effectué dans toute la ville pour améliorer l’adhérence à la chaussée sur les ponts et les passages supérieurs ainsi que dans les rues P1, P2 et P3 au besoin.
Renseignez-vous sur les décharges de neige de la Ville.
Snow clearing status map
Note: A major plowing operation is triggered when snow accumulation is 5 cm or more.
Please note: Winnipeg’s street system is cleared based on a priority system. In periods of sustained snow spanning several hours or days, especially combined with periods of high winds, crews may return to do more work in an area previously marked as completed. Completion percentages during a major snow clearing operation (P1 & P2) are based on updates provided twice daily – at approximately 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. During a residential plowing operation (P3), that map will be updated twice daily at approximately 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Reporting missed streets
Report a missed street that hasn’t been plowed only after that area on the map has been marked as "Complete", which indicates that crews have completed major plowing operations in the area.
You can also report a plugged segment due to drifting snow, as occasionally a street, sidewalk or pathway segment, that has been cleared and marked as complete, may require additional plowing due to high winds in areas prone to drifting snow.