Snow Plowing Schedule and Map

Use the Snow Plowing Schedule and Map below to see when plowing is scheduled.

Residential plowing started November 14 and continues until the week of December 5. Find out when we are coming to a street near you!

Give me a sign:
We sign scheduled Snow Zones a minimum of 12 hours in advance of plowing. On Green Routes, sandwich board signs are placed along the street. On Grey Routes, large signs are placed at the entrances to a neighbourhood.

You signed my street, didn’t plow and then removed the sign, why?
We make every effort to notify residents as soon as possible that we are headed your way; unfortunately, that means we sometimes make mistakes and get ahead of ourselves. In these instances, we will remove the signs so you know it is ok to park on the street without risking a ticket. Signs will be placed again before plowing begins.

*The following schedule is weather dependent and is subject to change. Please check back regularly.

ZoneGreen RouteGrey Route
ECompletedIn Progress
FIn ProgressScheduled (Tue Nov 29)
GScheduled (Tues Nov 29)Scheduled (Thu Dec 1)
HScheduled (Thurs Dec 1)Scheduled (Fri Dec 2)
IScheduled (Mon Dec 5)Scheduled (Mon Dec 5)
OIn ProgressCompleted

Snow Map Legend

Green Route
Trigger Not Met
Green Route
Green Route
Grey Route
Trigger Not Met
Grey Route
Grey Route
Thin solid green line to show tentatively scheduled Green Snow Routes. Dashed green line to show upcoming Green Snow Routes to be plowed. Thick solid green line to show completed Green Snow Routes. Thin solid green line to show tentatively scheduled Grey Snow Routes. Dashed green line to show upcoming Grey Snow Routes to be plowed. Thick solid green line to show completed Grey Snow Routes.

How else can I find out the schedule?

You can sign up for Snow Zone alerts to get a text, email or phone call before you need to move your vehicles off the street.

Do you remove snow or surface plow?

As per City Council’s Snow and Ice Control Policy, all of the snow on the road is removed from Green Routes (bus routes) and any vehicles remaining on the street are ticketed and towed to the nearest Grey Route. This gives operators the ability to remove all of the snow.

On Grey Routes (non bus routes), operators will plow down the center of the roadway, creating dual windrows on either side of the street. This restores mobility on the road by removing ruts and exposing the crown of the road so daytime sun can help naturally remove some of the snow. Vehicles left on Grey Routes will be ticketed and operators will plow a windrow around them. It is up to the vehicle owner to remove the windrow.

When do you plow?

In order to maintain on-street parking for residents during weekends, residential plowing takes place Monday to Friday.

Aren't sure what your Snow Zone is or if you live on a grey or green route? Use the Snow Zone Search tool to find out.

Is your street up next? Learn more about Parking Restrictions.