Parking Restrictions Key to Safety and Services
The City of North Battleford welcomes travelers from near and far. During this time of vacations and family road trips, the City is reminding residents and visitors with recreational vehicles they must obey all traffic signs and parking restrictions under Bylaw No. 1946. Offenders will be ticketed by the Community Safety Officers.
Recreational vehicles include but are not limited to; campers, tent trailers, fifth wheel trailers, vehicles pulled on trailers – boats, jet skis, all-terrain vehicles and motorcycles.
Generally speaking no person shall park a vehicle on any street where parking is prohibited, restricted or limited by display of a sign.
Parking restrictions allow multiple City of North Battleford crews to perform numerous works and inspections that would be seriously impeded or delayed if vehicles are not removed, causing delays in services provided to residents.
Recreational vehicles must not obstruct, interfere with or interrupt the free passage of traffic on any public highway. Vehicles cannot be parked on any sidewalk or curb crossing. Also, no person shall park or leave parked at any time, a trailer, or recreational vehicle detached from the vehicle used for moving that trailer or recreational vehicle.
The best way to ensure a safe stay, safety for other motorists and pedestrians is to follow all parking signs and restrictions. More information on Traffic Bylaw No. 1946 can be found at: https://www.cityofnb.ca/city_government/administration/city_bylaws.html
For more information:
Alyssa Nash, CSO Receptionist
306-445-9146 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Acting Communication Coordinator
306-445-1713 | email@example.com