Have Your Say on The City's Snow and Ice Policy
We all know that Calgary has long winters and often experience heavy snowfalls. To ensure roadways and sidewalks are safe for our daily commutes, The City responds to snow removal using the Council approved 7-day Snow Plan.
Our snow response is guided by The City’s Snow and Ice Control Policy, which is used to establish priorities and set standards for the service levels of our snow response. This policy has not been updated since 2011 and we are asking for your input on how we can explore new opportunities, make improvements, and plan how we respond to snow events in the future.
Until March 25th, The City of Calgary will be accepting public submissions to our Snow and Ice Policy review engagement. Citizens can go to engage.calgary.ca/snow where you can provide input through a short nine-question survey that should take between five and seven minutes to complete.
The intent of this survey is to determine what your priorities are when it comes to winter service in this city, and now is the chance to have your say in how we shape this policy. This engagement is open to all Calgarians who wish to participate and I encourage you to share your feedback.
Categories: Engage, General, SNIC, Snow