Snow Event advisory lifted – No Snow Route parking bans in effect The city-wide Snow Event advisory has been lifted, and Snow Route parking bans will not be declared at this time.
The City of Calgary will continue to carefully monitor the weather and road surface temperatures to determine if plowing operations will be required. Please note: Snow Route parking bans could still be instituted if Environment Canada forecasts more snow for the Calgary area. Should this occur, The City will send out a Snow Event advisory. A Snow Event will not be declared until there is an accumulation of five centimetres or more of snow on the roads.
A Snow Route parking ban is therefore not anticipated at this time. Snow Routes include major roadways, collector roads and most bus routes and are marked by blue signs containing a white snowflake icon. A map and full list of Snow Route locations is available on Calgary.ca/snow.
For more information, visit Calgary.ca/snow or call 3-1-1. Please do not reply to this email as this address is not monitored.
Calgarians parked on Snow Routes are asked to move their vehicles. Vehicles that remain parked on these roads are subject to enforcement. Snow Routes include major roadways, collector roads and most bus routes and are marked by blue signs with a white snowflake.
A map and full list of Snow Route locations is available on Calgary.ca/snow and calgary.ca/roadconditions to view the map.