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Look up when snow will be cleared in your neighbourhood. Learn about handling windrows and parking etiquette.

Neighbourhoods are bladed to a 5 cm snow pack throughout the winter to ensure traffic mobility. Like garbage collection, neighbourhood blading operates on a weekly schedule throughout the winter.

Know Your Snow Day

Enter your address (unit is not required):

Schedule for

Snow Day:
Roadway Maintenance Area:

Download full schedule (CSV)

Printable Maps & Roadway Maintenance Areas

Central District : 100 - 199
South West District : 200 - 299
North West District : 300 - 399
North East District : 400 - 499
South East District : 500 - 599
All Districts : 100 - 599

Blading crews can be on your street at anytime during the designated 24 hours. Please keep your car off the road on your area’s snow day to ensure crews can do a thorough job.

If area blading can't be completed on the designated day, crews will complete the work over the weekend.

Windrows 101

A windrow is a pile of snow on the side of a road that was created by plowing or blading. Windrows less than approximately 30 cm high that block driveways are the responsibility of the adjacent property owner. Windrows approximately 30 cm high or more that block driveways will be cleared by the City.

Windrows may lead to less on-street parking, so residents are encouraged to park in their driveways or garages to avoid being inconvenienced.

Residential Blading Cycle

Notifications

Roadway Alerts

Be the first to know about major plowing events and parking bans.

For More Information

Roadway Maintenance

Telephone

Call 311 for more information, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Note: Email is monitored during business hours.

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555
Email parksandroads@edmonton.ca
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/cityofedmonton
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