Service updates

Status: The overnight winter parking ban is NOT currently enforced.
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Street type When clearing begins When clearing should be completed. What clearing should look like
Main arterials (Priority 1) After 2 cm of snowfall 12 hours from end of weather event to full driving lanes Bare pavement driving lanes
Halifax Transit routes & collector roads (Priority 1) After 2 cm of snowfall 12 hours from end of event to 3 metres centreline bare 3 metres centreline bare
Residential streets with greater than 10% slope that serve as snow routes for Halifax Transit (Priority 1) After 4 cm of snowfall 12 hours from end of weather event to centre line bare and 2 lane widt Centreline bare
Residential streets (Priority 2) After 10 cm of snowfall Cut-throughs completed within first 6 hours and repeated every 8 hours during extended periods of snow Cut-through
After 10 cm of snowfall 24 hours from end of weather event to 2 lane widths Snow-covered, passable
Gravel roads and private lanes (Priority 2) After 10 cm of snowfall 24 hours from end of weather event to snow-covered, passable state Snow-covered, passable
Sidewalk type When clearing begins When clearing should be completed. What clearing should look like
Downtown Halifax & Dartmouth (Priority 1) After 5 cm of snowfall 12 hours from end of weather event See below
Main arterials (Priority 1) After 15 cm of snowfall 12 hours from end of weather event See below
School drop-off zones and Halifax Transit routes (Priority 2) After 15 cm of snowfall 18 hours from end of weather event See below
Residential streets/ walkways (Priority 3) After 15 cm of snowfall 36 hours from end of weather event See below
Intersections/ bus stops After sidewalks are completed 48 hours from end of weather event