Snow route pilot project info sessions
This winter, the City of Regina will test a five kilometre route along three primary road sections in our community: Victoria Avenue, Winnipeg Street and College Avenue.
Neighbourhood residents, businesses and others interested in details of the pilot project are encouraged to attend a come and go information session. Sessions will be held on October 5 and 11, 4:30-7 p.m. at St. Mary’s Hall located at 2020 Winnipeg Street. Child care will be provided.
Pilot project highlights include:
• Signs will be installed along the route to help identify where there is no parking during the 24-hour ban. These signs are easily identified with a blue background and a white snowflake.
• Snow routes are declared a minimum of eight hours before the 24-hour parking ban is in effect and will be issued at 3 p.m. the day prior. The parking ban will be in effect beginning at 6 a.m.
• Neighbourhood residents can choose to be notified that a snow route has been declared by email, through Facebook or Twitter or by following the website. Residents can sign up now at Regina.ca/snowroutes.