Know Your Snow Zone

Snow Zone Overview Green Routes Grey Routes

Snow Zones and Route Information

For residential plowing, the city is divided into 11 Snow Zones, identified by letters A-K. Each Snow Zone has two types of routes - Green Routes and Grey Routes. Green Routes are collector routes, meaning they typically have higher traffic volume and provide access from residential streets (Grey Routes) to arterial routes.

The maps and chart on this page will help you find your Snow Zone and what Route you live on. You will need to know your Snow Zone and Route so you can find out when snow plowing will happen in your neighbourhood, and when your car will need to be removed from the street.

The map displays an overview of the Snow Zones and Green and Grey Routes.

Snow Zones

Visit our Snow and Ice Program pages for more information.

The city is divided into 11 zones, identified by letters A to K.

ZoneSubdivisions 
A Kentwood, Johnstone Zone A - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
B Glendale, Normandeau, Pines Zone B - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
C Fairview, Highland Green, Oriole Park, Riverside Meadows Zone C - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
D Downtown Zone D - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
E Clearview, Garden Heights, Michener Hill, Parkvale, Waskasoo, Woodlea Zone E - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
F Deer Park (north of 39 St), Rosedale, Timberlands Zone F - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
G Bower, South Hill, West Park Zone G - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
H Eastview, Grandview, Morrisroe, Mountview Zone H - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
I Anders, Sunnybrook (north) Zone I - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
J Deer Park (south of 39 St), Lancaster Zone J - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)
K Inglewood, Sunnybrook (south)/Southbrook, Vanier Zone K - Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (image)