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Winter Operations

The Halifax Regional Municipality has a robust Winter Operations program consisting of in-house and contracted operators and equipment. With each weather event, crews are responsible for approximately 3,800 lane kilometres of streets, about 1,000 kilometres of sidewalks and 2,295 bus stops across the Halifax region.

The weather event that commenced on Monday, Feb. 8, was declared officially over at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9.
For details on clearing and other information, go to Service Updates.

Service Updates

Check here for regular updates during the winter months on the weather, when your stree or sidewalk will be cleared, status of the overnight parking ban, impacts on municipal services and other important information.

Parking Bans

Think before you park this winter. Get details on the municipal overnight parking ban and other parking restrictions, sign up for notifications and learn more about the role you play in keeping our streets and sidewalks safe and clear.

FAQs

Do you have a question about Winter Operations? We likely have the answer! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.

Winter Operations

Want to know more about the services we deliver during the winter? Learn about the equipment we use, salting and brining practices, municipal service standards and how your street or sidewalk is prioritized.

What's New This Season

We've made some changes to Winter Operations that aim to improve service for residents and ensure contractors are better able to deal with both typical and extraordinary winter conditions.

Let's Get Ready

By working together, we can ensure we’re all better prepared for whatever this winter may bring. Check out these simple steps to plan ahead, protect your property and help clearing go as safely and smoothly as possible.

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