City’s first Snow Route declared
The City of Regina has declared its first Snow Route for the pilot program. This means there is no parking along designated snow routes for a 24-hour period to allow crews to clear these primary roads from curb-to-curb, improving traffic flow along the busy roadways. As well, this will help ensure roads are passable for emergency response vehicles.
Effective 6 a.m. Sunday, November 5 there is no parking along the Snow Route until 6 a.m. Monday, November 6.
The Snow Routes are:
- Victoria Avenue between Broad Street and Winnipeg Street
- Winnipeg Street between Victoria Avenue and College Avenue
- College Avenue between Winnipeg Street and Arcola Avenue
Blue signs with a white snowflake help identify where there is no parking during the 24-hour ban. Vehicles which remain parked on snow routes during a temporary parking ban will be ticketed.
Residents and local businesses are encouraged to sign up for email notifications, follow the City’s Facebook and Twitter, or go online to Regina.ca/snowroutes to find out when a snow route is declared.
For more information, call Service Regina at 306-777-7000 or visit Regina.ca/snowroutes.