Snow Clearing Week of November 11, 2019
Updated November 14, 2019
Public Works will be working on snow clearing in the downtown area overnight. Please do not park overnight in the downtown core as workers will be out at midnight working to clear snow. Thank you.
Posted November 12, 2019
With the snowfall over the weekend Town graders, sanders, and snow blowers have been out, starting Monday. They are currently working through priority one listed routes and will move onto priority two listed routes afterwards. They are progressing through the priority listing as quickly as resources allow.
Priority One (Orange on the map above)
All roadways classified as arterial with the addition of known bus, hospital, and emergency service routes; in addition to critical slopes within the Town Limits. The standard to meet this service level is to begin within 12 hours after the end of the storm or beginning of the next workday, or earlier if accumulations reach above standard levels and conditions permit safe operations.
Highway 744 which includes Main Street portions of 102 and 104 Avenues, and portions of 101st Street, although not under Town of Peace River’s jurisdiction will be considered as Priority One. All costs associated with snow and ice management of this portion of Highway will be invoiced to the appropriate party.
Priority Two (Purple on the map above)
All roadways classified as a, “collector,” within the Town Limits with the addition of downtown commercial core and parking lots. The standard to meet this level is to begin the next work day after the completion of Priority One.
A prioritized parking lot list is shown below and will be amended as required. Ice control is conducted on parking lots as required and determined by the Public Works Supervisor, or their designate.
- Baytex Energy Centre/Swimming Pool Lot (7201 -98th Street)
- Centennial Lot (9717 – 98th Avenue)
- 99th Street Lot (10021- 99th Street) commonly known as the “Mac Parking Lot.”
- All other Town-owned parking lots
Priority Three (Green on the map above)
All roadways classified as, “local” within the Town Limits with the addition of driveway approaches and back lanes. The standard to meet this level is to begin the next work day after completion of Priority Two and subject to the availability of labour and equipment.
*After a heavy snowfall or in extreme conditions, the Public Works Supervisor, or their designate may redirect priorities until extreme conditions no longer exist.
**Highway Two, which includes the Peace River bridge, falls under the jurisdiction of Alberta Transportation who contract snow removal on highways in the region to La Prairie Works. For questions related to snow management on Provincial roads in the area contact La Prairie Works at 780-332-4452