City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan
2018-2019 Snow Removal
The City must prioritize snow clearing and sanding after a snowfall
November 8th 2018

Maintaining an efficient transportation network is always one of the top priorities during the winter months in order to ensure the safe and quick movement of both drivers and pedestrians along our streets. The City must prioritize snow clearing and sanding after a snowfall. The Department of Infrastructure Services begins by clearing the main arterials, emergency routes and access points to the City before moving on to secondary streets, such as 19th Avenue and 95th Street.

Sometimes, intersections are closed during snow removal times and blockades are set up to prevent accidents. Drivers are asked to respect any closures and find alternate routes as it is not safe to pass plows, graders and sanding trucks. Drivers are also reminded to reduce their driving speeds and to adjust to the winter driving conditions. These precautions will ensure the safety of drivers, pedestrians and City snow removal crews in these areas.

When it comes to pedestrian safety, residents and business owners are responsible for clearing all sidewalks adjacent to their own property. In the downtown core, the City will clear sidewalks and driveway entrances if residents and business owners do not comply within 24 hours after a snowfall. Sidewalks must be cleared within 48 hours after a snowfall in areas outside of the downtown. If the City does the clearing, the property owner or business owner will be charged for the costs. Bylaw No. 1900 (Sidewalk Clearing Bylaw) is available for viewing at www.citvofnb.ca under the City Government section. View our Street/Sidewalk Priority Clearing System Map here:

https://www.cityofnb.ca/city_government/administration/publications_maps_and_reports.html

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Acting Communications Coordinator
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca

Dan Loewen, Director of Infrastructure Services
306-445-17
81 | dloewen@cityofnb.ca



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