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Share Your Thoughts

The City of Edmonton is looking for your input on possible changes to its Snow and Ice Control Policy to better manage the residential road network during the winter months. Survey is open until March 31.

Edmonton winters are changing. Multiple day snowstorms combined with freezing rain and more frequent freeze/thaw cycles over the winter is the new Edmonton reality. The previous practices - which focused mainly on “as needed” residential snow clearing - need to expand into a broader winter residential road maintenance program that includes how the City’s residential roads, sidewalks and shared use pathways are kept safe.

The City’s roadways operations team is already dealing with these new challenges, but the Policy needs to evolve as well to deal with our new winter weather. Potential updates would take effect in preparation for the 2019/2020 winter season.

The City is reviewing the way snow and ice are managed on our neighbourhood roads, sidewalks and shared use pathways. Edmontonians are invited to share their views at a series of drop-in engagement sessions or via an online survey on the City’s Snow and Ice Control Policy C409J.

Tuesday February 26
Delton Community Ice Rink
12325 88 Street

Thursday February 28
King Edward Park Community Ice Rink
8008 81 Street

Wednesday March 6
Belmead Community Ice Rink
9109 182 Street

Saturday March 9
Ekota Ice Rink
1415 Knottwood Road East

Monday March 11
Major General Griesbach School Gym
304 Griesbach School Road NW

Thursday March 14
Windermere Snow Bank Rink
Washburn Drive and Wates Link

For More Information

Roadway Maintenance


Call 311 for more information, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

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

TTY 780-944-5555

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