Sidewalk ClearingPosted on
With the current weather pattern of warming up above zero during the days, we’re seeing some icy conditions come morning.
The Town of Edson Protective Services Department wants to remind residents about the importance of helping to maintain all walkways.
To combat this problem, residents are responsible for clearing the entire width of the sidewalk down to the bare pavement, no more than 48 hours after a snowfall, as per The Community Standards Bylaw. Sand and/or salt need to be applied to sidewalks immediately after a freeze-thaw cycle.
Please do not shovel snow onto streets since it can contribute to unsafe road conditions, impedes storm water flow, and can delay street clearing. Also, do not shovel snow onto neighboring properties.
Those who do not comply with the Community Standards could face a fine of $150 and could be charged with clean up costs as well.
If you have a concern about an uncleared sidewalk, call (780)723-3178 or use the Town of Edson Mobile App’s Report-a-Problem feature. Report-a-Problem is also available through the website at www.edson.ca/residents/report-a-problem