Calgary pathways that are cleared of snow have been determined by City Council. The City's pathway system is nearly 800 km in length, of that, up to 400 km are cleared of snow. The City has 24 hours to clear pathways after the snow has stopped falling. Learn more about how pathways are prioritized for snow clearing.
Pathways cleared of snow
View the snow and ice control map to see the pathways, sidewalks and overpasses that are cleared by the City.
View the Snow and Ice Control Map
Dark blue on the map - To request snow removal from a sidewalk cleared by Roads, please submit a Roads Snow and Ice Control concern or call 311.
Orange on the map - To request snow removal from a pathway or sidewalk cleared by Parks - Operations, please submit an online request or call 311.
Light blue on the map - To request snow removal from a pathway cleared by Parks - Pathways, please submit an online request or call 311.
Black on the map - These sidewalks are cleared by other agencies (Community Association, Homeowners Association or, in newer communities, the community developer) please contact them directly or submit a Bylaw Snow and Ice on Sidewalk request.
Pink on the map - To request snow removal from an on-street bikeway cleared by Roads, please submit a Roads Snow and Ice Control concern or call 311
East Village / Riverwalk / St. Patrick's Island - To request snow clearing in East Village, St. Patrick's Island or along the Riverwalk, please contact Calgary Municipal Land Corporation directly by email or by calling 403-718-0300.
Do you have a snow or ice concern not related to pathways? Please visit Report snow and ice concerns online to report your issue.
Submit a request for snow removal on a pathway