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Winter Maintenance Zones Email Alerts

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Residents who have access to alternative parking options are asked to not park their vehicle on the street to allow for winter maintenance on roads in Fort McMurray. All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will continue to be relaxed, which means vehicles parked on residential streets will not be ticketed or towed, but a reduction in on-street parking will create more room for crews to work, helping them complete maintenance safely and efficiently. Resident cooperation is greatly appreciated. With warmer weather expected in the next 5-7 days, crews will be focusing on removing snow in targeted areas, minimizing build up at residential intersections and preparing roads for spring weather. Crews will also be removing snow in back alleyways where curbside collection ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed until further notice. While relaxed, on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. As the Municipality prepares and responds to the impacts of COVID-19, essential services will continue to be provided. Road maintenance is considered an essential service, with crews maintaining Primary, Secondary and Tertiary routes during this time. It is unlikely WMZs will be activated again this year due to the current situation. To learn more about the Municipal response to COVID-19, including service changes, visit rmwb.ca/covid19. Take the WMZ Survey! Residents are still encouraged to share their thoughts about winter maintenance through the survey and joining a ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed March 16 – 20. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect during this time. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Take the WMZ Survey! Residents are encouraged to share their thoughts about winter maintenance through the survey and joining a discussion in an online forum. All in-person engagement sessions have been postponed until further notice. Members of the public may see crews working on primary and secondary routes in Fort McMurray. These routes are not part of the WMZ program and are maintained regularly as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as Confederation Way or the main access into ...

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The Municipality is encouraging residents to share their thoughts about winter maintenance on roads in Fort McMurray through a survey, online forum and a series of public engagement sessions. Beginning today until April 15, residents can fill out a Winter Maintenance Zone (WMZ) survey and share feedback in an online forum about winter maintenance on streets not included in the WMZ program. To fill out the online survey and leave feedback, visit participate.rmwb.ca The Municipality will also be hosting a series of public engagement sessions to continue the discussion about how snow is cleared and removed from streets in Fort McMurray. Team members from the RMWB Public Works department will be in attendance to share information, answer questions, ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed March 9 – 13. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect during this time. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Members of the public may see crews working on primary and secondary routes in Fort McMurray. These routes are not part of the WMZ program and are maintained regularly as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as Confederation Way or the main access into neighbourhoods. A map of all the routes and their classification can be viewed here. For everyone’s safety, please do not approach equipment on the roadway and exercise caution where maintenance is happening. Motorists are advised ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed March 2 – 6. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect during this time. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Crews will be checking and clearing catch basins (sewer grates) in neighbourhoods next week. These maintenance activities do not require activation of WMZs, but residents may see crews working on their street. For everyone’s safety, please do not approach equipment on the roadway and exercise caution where maintenance is happening. Motorists are advised to follow road equipment from a safe stopping distance and to allow space for visibility. Residents are responsible for complying with parking regulation as set out in the Roads ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed Feb. 24 – 28. Crews will continue removing snow from Primary and Secondary routes. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Feb. 24 – 28. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. With the first phase of snow removal complete on all residential streets, crews will continue removing snow from Primary and Secondary routes, seven days a week, until all these streets have been completed. Please watch out for temporary no parking signs in your neighbourhood as they will be placed in these areas ahead of snow removal activities. For everyone’s safety, please do not approach equipment on the roadway and exercise caution ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) are relaxed Feb. 17 – 21. Crews will be focusing on removing snow from Primary and Secondary routes. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Feb. 17 – 21. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. With the first phase of snow removal complete on all residential streets, crews will be spending more time removing snow from Primary and Secondary routes. Crews will begin in Waterways and continue snow removal in the order below until all neighbourhoods are complete. Waterways Abasand/Grayling Beachonhill Prairie Creek Thickwood Wood buffalo Dickensfield Timberlea Mackenzie Blvd. Please watch out for temporary no parking signs in your neighbourhood as they will ...

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Winter Maintenance Subzone 4 is active for the week of Feb. 10 – 14. Crews will continue removing snow from residential streets in these areas. Winter Maintenance Zone (WMZ) on-street parking restrictions will be in effect for Subzone 4, so please plan ahead for parking to avoid being ticketed and towed. On-street parking is permitted in subzones 1, 2 and 3 but please watch for posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. With this phase of snow removal almost complete on all residential streets, crews will be spending more time removing snow from Primary and Secondary routes in the following neighbourhoods: • Waterways • Abasand/Grayling • Beachonhill • Prairie Creek • Thickwood • Wood buffalo • Dickensfield • Timberlea ...

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Attention Timberlea – Subzone 2 The following streets will have snow removed and winter maintenance activities happening tomorrow, Feb. 7, 2020. • Brachett Crescent • Breukel Crescent • Brebeuf Crescent • Blanchett Road • Bacon Place Please help snow removal efforts by making sure vehicles are not parked on the street between 7 a.m. and 6: 00 p.m. Winter maintenance was missed on these streets last week, due to equipment failure. Vehicles parked on the street will NOT be ticketed and towed, but they will prevent snow removal from happening in certain areas. Please share this information with your neighbours and help clear a path through winter! Find up-to-date information about on-street parking restrictions, zone and subzone maps, ...

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Winter Maintenance Subzones 3 and 4 are active for the week of Feb. 3 – 7. Crews will continue removing snow from residential streets in these areas. Winter Maintenance Zone (WMZ) on-street parking restrictions will be in effect for subzones 3 and 4, so please plan ahead for parking to avoid being ticketed and towed. On-street parking is permitted in subzones 1 and 2, but please watch for posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Residents are reminded that there will be times when their subzone is active and winter maintenance doesn’t occur on their street. The snow removal process takes considerably longer than snow plowing, with crews typically needing multiple weeks to complete snow removal in a subzone. ...

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Winter Maintenance Subzones 2 and 3 are active for the week of Jan. 27 – 31. Crews will continue removing snow from residential streets in these areas. Winter Maintenance Zone (WMZ) on-street parking restrictions will be in effect for subzones 2 and 3, so please plan ahead for parking to avoid being ticketed and towed. On-street parking is permitted in subzones 1 and 4, but please watch for posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Residents are reminded that there will be times when their subzone is active and winter maintenance doesn’t occur on their street. Subzones are activated or relaxed to allow for more on-street parking options when crews are removing snow. The snow removal process takes considerably ...

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Winter Maintenance Subzones 1 and 2 are active for the week of Jan. 20 – 24. Crews will be removing snow from residential streets in these areas. Winter Maintenance Zone (WMZ) on-street parking restrictions will be in effect for subzones 1 and 2, so please plan ahead for parking to avoid being ticketed and towed. On-street parking is permitted in subzones 3 and 4, but please watch for posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Residents are reminded that there will be times when their subzone is active and winter maintenance doesn’t occur on their street. Subzones are activated or relaxed to allow for more on-street parking options when crews are removing snow. The snow removal process takes considerably ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones and Subzones will be active for the week of Jan. 13 – 17. This means that winter maintenance on-street parking restrictions will be in effect in all subzones as marked on posted signage along residential streets. Please plan ahead for parking and let your neighbours know your subzone is active to avoid being ticketed and towed. We understand that winter in northern Alberta can present challenges, such as ice and snow that builds up on our roads. In order to keep neighbourhood streets safe and accessible, the roads must first be plowed, with snow removal happening periodically in later weeks throughout the winter. Similar to every municipality that experiences winter, snow plowing will create windrows (e ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones and Subzones will be active for the week of Jan. 6 – 10. This means that winter maintenance on-street parking restrictions will be in effect in all subzones as marked on posted signage along residential streets. Please plan ahead for parking and let your neighbours know your subzone is active to avoid being ticketed and towed. It’s easy for residents to find their zone and subzone by checking the signage along their residential street or by using the Find Your Zone tool at rmwb.ca/wmz. Stay tuned for regular updates every Friday during the winter season and keep up to date on the status of Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) by utilizing the following information sources: Signing ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed over the holidays from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Dec. 23 – Jan. 3. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Municipal crews will continue to maintain primary and secondary routes over the holiday season. These routes are regularly maintained as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as Confederation Way or the main access into neighbourhoods. A map of all the routes and their classification can be viewed here. While shoveling your driveway, please remember to also clear the snow and ice from the sidewalk adjacent to your home. These sidewalks are ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of Dec. 16 – 20. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Dec. 16 – 20. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Since WMZs have not been activated yet this season, a refresher on how the program works is in order! If you’re already familiar with zones and subzones, help us educate fellow residents by sharing this information with your neighbours, friends and family members. How do WMZs work: • All residential neighborhoods have been divided into five Winter Maintenance Zones, one for each weekday. The posted signage on your residential street will have the day of the ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of Dec. 9 – 13. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Dec. 9 – 13. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Since WMZs have not been activated yet this season, a refresher on how the program works is in order! If you’re already familiar with zones and subzones, help us educate fellow residents by sharing this information with your neighbours, friends and family members. How do WMZs work: • All residential neighborhoods have been divided into five Winter Maintenance Zones, one for each weekday. The posted signage on your residential street will have the day of the ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of Dec. 2 – 6. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Dec. 2 – 6. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Help take the worry out of winter by encouraging your neighbours, co-workers, friends and family to sign up for WMZ Email alerts. Every time zones or subzones are activated or relaxed an email alert will be sent to everyone registered. Learn more and register at rmwb.ca/snowplow. You may see snowplows and municipal crews working on primary and secondary routes. These routes are regularly maintained as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of November 25 – 29. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Nov. 25 – 29. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Help take the worry out of winter by encouraging your neighbours, co-workers, friends and family to sign up for WMZ Email alerts. Every time zones or subzones are activated or relaxed an email alert will be sent to everyone registered. Learn more and register at rmwb.ca/snowplow. You may see snowplows and municipal crews working on primary and secondary routes. These routes are regularly maintained as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of November 18 – 22. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Nov. 18 – 22. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. With a mix of freezing rain and dense fog in the forecast, motorists are advised to exercise caution, slow down on icy roads, allow space for visibility, and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles on the road. Municipal crews will be working throughout the weekend and next week on primary and secondary routes to help ensure these roads remain safe and accessible. Primary and secondary routes include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of November 11 – 15. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Nov. 11 – 15. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. You may see snowplows and municipal crews working on primary and secondary routes. These routes are regularly maintained as they include the municipal roads with high-traffic volume such as Confederation Way or the main access into neighbourhoods. A map of all the routes and their classification can be viewed here. For everyone’s safety, please do not approach equipment on the roadway and exercise caution where maintenance is happening. As always, motorists are advised to drive for ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones (WMZ) will remain relaxed for the week of November 4 – 8. This means that on-street WMZ parking restrictions are NOT in effect Nov. 4 – 8. Please watch for any other posted signage as other parking restrictions may apply. Electronic variable signage has been placed at the entrance of each neighbourhood in Fort McMurray. These signs will inform you what subzones are active. Please remember to remove curb mats from the entrance of your driveway. These mats damage equipment, impede snow removal progress and aren't allowed under RMWB bylaws. Help us plow through winter and avoid a ticket by removing your curb mat. In an effort to increase transparency and keep residents informed on the ...

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As the Winter Maintenance Zones season begins on Oct. 15, all WMZs will be relaxed until further notice. On-street parking restrictions are not in effect when WMZs are relaxed.

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Take the worry out of winter by signing up for Winter Maintenance Zones email alerts! Once registered, you will receive an email alert every time zones and subzones are activated or relaxed. In the winter months, these updates will typically be sent on Friday for the upcoming week and will always be sent a minimum of 24 hours in advance of changes to relaxed winter maintenance zones and subzones. To subscribe for WMZ email alerts, click on the mail icon at the top of the WMZ email alerts main webpage and stay informed this winter! While residents should plan for their zone and subzone to be active on the day indicated on their neighbourhood signage, we will be relaxing zones ...

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ewreview is not the official RMWB Agenda. Please refer to the Council web section to view the agenda in full. Recognition Human Values Day — April 24, 2017 Community Identification Committee Recognition — Atkinson Lane Bylaws Bylaw 17/006 — Land Use Bylaw Amendment — Part 11 Wildfire Recovery Overlay Council will consider and vote on the first reading of a Land Use Bylaw amendment. Administration recommends holding the required public hearing on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Bylaw 17/006 proposes two amendments to the Land Use Bylaw — Part 11 of the Land Use Bylaw known as the ‘Wildfire Recovery Overlay” and to repeal Bylaw 16/014 — Temporary Urban Accommodation. Administration is committed to facilitate the rebuilding of the areas affected ...

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All Winter Maintenance Zones are relaxed until further notice.