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City of Winnipeg Prepares for Snowfall with Road Maintenance Crews Ready

City of Winnipeg Prepares for Snowfall with Road Maintenance Crews Ready
Winnipeg Snow Fall

By: Staff Writer I Winnipeg Tribune

Winnipeg, January 10, 2024 - With the forecasted snowfall approaching, the City of Winnipeg is taking proactive measures to ensure the safety and mobility of its residents. City crews are standing by, poised to respond to the impending winter weather conditions.

The city's public works department has been closely monitoring road conditions and is prepared to apply sand to enhance roadway traction as needed. The decision to initiate snow clearing operations will be contingent on the actual accumulation of snow over the coming hours.

Officials are urging motorists to exercise extreme caution when traveling in potentially treacherous conditions. Staying a safe distance from heavy equipment and adjusting driving behavior according to weather conditions are paramount to ensuring road safety for all.

Importantly, there are currently no winter parking bans in effect. However, residents are advised to remain vigilant and adhere to any updates or advisories that may be issued as the weather situation evolves.

For residents seeking more information on snow clearing operations, road conditions, and winter weather updates, the City of Winnipeg offers a comprehensive resource at This platform serves as a valuable tool for residents to stay informed and make informed decisions during winter weather events.

The City of Winnipeg remains committed to the safety and well-being of its residents, and this proactive approach to winter weather management underscores its dedication to ensuring that the city continues to function smoothly, even in the face of challenging weather conditions.

Residents are encouraged to stay tuned for further updates and to monitor local news sources for any important developments regarding snowfall and road maintenance operations.


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