Community Feedback - Snow & Ice Control Review

If you drive, walk, cycle or use public transit in the winter, snow and ice control during the winter matters to you. The City is seeking community feedback as part of a review on snow and ice control practices. 
Open Houses will be held to provide education on current practices including levels of service, materials/treatments used, and challenges that are faced during the winter. 
A survey will be presented at the Open Houses to gather feedback from the community on how the current program is working.

Consultation Update:

Spring 2019

  • The City asked for community feedback in the spring as part of a review on snow and ice control practices.
  • Two open houses were held to provide information about current practices
  • A community survey gathered feedback on how people feel the current program is working
  • The Open Houses and Survey are starting points for future conversations about snow and ice control service levels.

Current Status

  • The information gathered this spring is being reviewed as the City continues the review process

Future Engagement Plans

  • The City will present information later this fall, seeking more community feedback as we continue to review snow and ice control practices
  • The goal is to complete this review in 2020
  • In addition to listening to the community, the City’s Municipal Works department will also look at current industry best practices and new technology available
  • Be sure to click on the 'Stay Informed' button, to subscribe to receive emailed updates

Background

If you drive, walk, cycle or use public transit in the winter, snow and ice control during the winter matters to you. Your feedback plays an important role.

The last time the City reviewed its snow and ice control practices was in 2011.




Consultation Update:

Spring 2019

  • The City asked for community feedback in the spring as part of a review on snow and ice control practices.
  • Two open houses were held to provide information about current practices
  • A community survey gathered feedback on how people feel the current program is working
  • The Open Houses and Survey are starting points for future conversations about snow and ice control service levels.

Current Status

  • The information gathered this spring is being reviewed as the City continues the review process

Future Engagement Plans

  • The City will present information later this fall, seeking more community feedback as we continue to review snow and ice control practices
  • The goal is to complete this review in 2020
  • In addition to listening to the community, the City’s Municipal Works department will also look at current industry best practices and new technology available
  • Be sure to click on the 'Stay Informed' button, to subscribe to receive emailed updates

Background

If you drive, walk, cycle or use public transit in the winter, snow and ice control during the winter matters to you. Your feedback plays an important role.

The last time the City reviewed its snow and ice control practices was in 2011.