City crews continue to deal with Calgary’s first winter blast
City of Calgary crews have continued their response to the first blast of winter. Crews have remained on the main commuter routes for much of the day with plows and salt to assist with the commute home this afternoon. Crews will now begin to make their way onto the secondary routes.
An end to the snowfall combined with predicted warm temperatures over the next few days means a snow route parking ban is not required.
The City will continue to monitor weather forecasts and inform Calgarians of any changes should the operational need arise.
Drivers are reminded to leave at least 10 metres or about three car lengths
As Calgarians get used to winter driving conditions again, drivers are reminded to take the following steps before beginning their commute:
Now that winter is upon us, Calgarians can get informed about potential parking bans by:
For information on The City’s snow and ice control program, visit calgary.ca.
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