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CITY OF WINNIPEG PREPARES TO BATTLE WINTER STORM


TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2022 - As the southern Manitoba and the City of Winnipeg prepare for a major winter storm preparations are being made.


To facilitate snow clearing efforts, an Extended Snow Route Parking Ban will be in effect starting Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 12 a.m. (midnight when Wednesday turns to Thursday), in the City of Winnipeg.


While in effect, the Extended Snow Route Parking Ban prohibits parking on snow routes between midnight and 7 a.m.


City officials are telling people to check streets for snow route signs, or if unsure, to use the online address lookup tool, the Know Your Zone mobile app, our interactive snow route map, or by contacting 311. The city is urging residents to make arrangements to move their vehicles onto side streets.


Vehicles parked in violation of the Extended Snow Route Parking Ban may receive a $100 ticket ($75 if paid early), and may be towed.


The Extended Snow Route Parking Ban will be in place until snow clearing is completed and the public will be notified when the ban is lifted.


Winnipeg Transit service is advising riders that in case of delays, check updated schedules on Navigo prior to travelling. Any significant Winnipeg Transit service impacts will be communicated via the @winnipegtransit, and information about any potential detours will be posted to the Winnipeg Transit Service Advisories page and at @transitalerts.


To sign up for winter parking ban notifications, to download the City’s Know Your Zone app, and for more information, see: winnipeg.ca/snow.

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