Parking will be restricted on roads that are under a specific phase of the parking ban. For example, during Phase 1, you would not need to move your vehicle from your residential roads, but would have to follow restrictions on arterial and collector roads. During Phase 2, parking would be restricted on residential roads, but you could park your vehicle on roads that have already been cleared, including arterial and collector roads where parking is normally allowed, and on your residential road after it has been cleared.
Sign up for email notifications. You will be sent an email at the start of the Phase 1 and Phase 2, as well as to call off the Parking Ban. You can also find out about the ban on the news, on the front of ETS buses, on digital traffic signs throughout the City, and by following the City’s Facebook or Twitter accounts. Signs will also be placed in neighbourhoods where crews are working.
Overall, we expect Phase 1 would last approximately 48 hours, and Phase 2 would impact residents for approximately 72 hours per neighbourhood. During the ban, you may still park on any road segment that has been cleared where parking is normally allowed. Refer to the route status map and additional information at edmonton.ca/safetravels.