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The snow route parking ban is no longer in effect.

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The snow route parking ban is no longer in effect.
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Update: 8 a.m. Wednesday Feb. 21, 2018

Crews continue clearing Priority 3 and 4 routes, which include the turn lanes and off-ramps connecting drivers to Priority 1 and 2 routes, designated feeder/collector routes in residential areas and playground zones. This will be the last update until the next snowfall.

Current Status:

  • Work has begun on Priority 3 and 4 routes, which include designated feeder/collector routes in residential areas and playground zones.
  • Residential streets are not plowed. Crews will knock down ruts to make roads drivable and apply material to help with traction. Road salts are ineffective in temperatures below -10 C.
  • There is no snow route parking ban in effect at this time.

Please drive for the winter conditions. Allow extra time to travel to your destination and leave extra distance between you and other vehicles.


This page provides snow and ice clearing updates when we're under a snowfall and throughout the week following. Updates are typically posted twice a day Monday through Friday. On weekends, we post once around mid-morning, but only if it’s snowing or we’re in day 1, 2 or 3 of the Seven-Day Snow Plan.

You can also follow us on Twitter @yyctransport for road conditions and snow clearing updates, view the calgary.ca/roadconditions map, or sign up for email alerts when a snow route parking ban is called.

Our crews work all winter long to maintain good driving conditions, but some roads can still be icy and snow covered. Please watch for slippery sections, slow down and drive for winter conditions.

To report snow and ice issues on Calgary roads, overpasses and bridges, submit the online service request.

eService - Report snow and ice concerns

For more information on getting around this winter – as a driver, pedestrian or cyclist – see what’s available in the resources section on calgary.ca/snow