Sign up for Snow Route Notifications Always Know When a Snow Route is Called
With winter weather forecasted to return to Regina this weekend, the City of Regina is encouraging residents to get informed when snow routes are declared.
Snow routes help to improve traffic flow and make winter operations safer and more efficient.
- Snow routes are declared when snowfall has reached a minimum of five centimetres of snow, any day of the week.
- They are declared at 3 p.m. the day before the parking ban is in effect.
- Once declared, there is no on-street parking along the identified sections of road for a 24-hour period. Vehicles that remain parked on snow routes during a temporary parking ban will be ticketed.
Sign up for email notifications, follow the City’s Facebook and Twitter, or go online to Regina.ca/snowroutes to know when snow routes have been declared.
Snow routes cover 16 km of roads which are typically difficult for equipment to plow efficiently, largely due to on-street parking. These roads are easily identified by blue signs with a white snowflake.