A city-wide snow route parking ban is now in effect, as of 12 p.m. on Monday, February 18. This parking restriction will remain in effect for 72 hours after the snowfall ends or until The City announces it has been lifted.
Vehicles parked on snow routes must be moved for the duration of the ban. Vehicles that remain parked on these routes during the ban are subject to enforcement, up to and including a parking ticket and tow.
Snow routes are located on major roadways, collector roads and most bus routes and can be identified throughout the city by blue signs with a white snowflake, or by visiting Calgary.ca and clicking the banner at the top of the page for an address lookup.
The parking ban helps The City plow connector and bus routes more effectively. This benefits all Calgarians and helps make travel safer for everyone throughout winter.
For more information about snow route parking bans, visit Calgary.ca/snow or call 3-1-1. To see a map of which roads are included in this restriction, visit the Snow Route Parking Map. For frequent updates, follow @yyctransport on Twitter.
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