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Snow and Ice Control Program Update

Improving accessibility and reducing injuries through Snow and Ice Control reform.

The Calgary City Council has approved one-time funding of $9.5 million to improve clearing of ice and snow from city-owned sidewalks for the 2018/19 winter. Council accepted the recommendations presented by administration, including amendments to the Street Bylaw 20M88 to improve, enhance, or expand the snow and ice control services for pedestrians.

Council will have the opportunity to discuss and provide direction around funding emphasis areas ahead of November 2018 budget deliberations at the July and September Strategic Council Meetings.

Watch the Motion on Monday, June 25, 2018 - 7.14 Improving Accessibility and Reducing Injuries through Snow and Ice Control - TT2018-0467. Click here. ​​

Categories: Councillor; Snow and Ice


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