Neighbourhood blading cycle begins Tuesday, February 17
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Neighbourhood blading cycle begins Tuesday, February 17

Public Service Announcement Click to access PSA_NbhdBladingCycle_Feb2015.pdf Neighbourhood blading cycle begins Tuesday, February 17 City of Edmonton Roadway Maintenance crews will move into neighbourhoods to start blading to a level snow pack of 5 cm or less starting at from 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 17. Blading will continue until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, February … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Blading Cycle Begins January 7

News Release Neighbourhood Blading Cycle Begins January 7, 2015 City crews worked through the weekend on priority routes including arterial roads and collector/bus routes across the City following significant snowfall and extremely low temperatures. During the first day of the seasonal parking ban, 764 tickets were issued to vehicles not removed from designated routes. The … Continue reading

Neighbourhood blading to continue on Dec.6, 7
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Neighbourhood blading to continue on Dec.6, 7

News Release Winter Roads and Neighbourhood Blading Update The City’s first neighbourhood blading cycle of the season will continue over the weekend—December 6 and 7—as crews finish partially completed neighbourhoods. The large volume of snow, significant on-street parking in many areas, and issues in cul-de-sacs prevented crews from completing residential blading as scheduled. “Neighbourhood blading … Continue reading

Change in Season Brings Changes in Snow Maintenance; Neighbourhood blading to take place on fixed day
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Change in Season Brings Changes in Snow Maintenance; Neighbourhood blading to take place on fixed day

News Release Change in Season Brings Changes in Snow Maintenance Neighbourhood blading to take place on fixed day Transportation Services is ready for snow season and is making changes to   improve winter roadway maintenance in Edmonton. “We are always looking for opportunities to enhance and improve winter roadway maintenance,” said Bob Dunford, Director of … Continue reading