Snow and Ice Control

Process


Beaumont's Public Works staff monitors the forecast and begins plowing and sanding at any time, 24 hours a day, when snow has accumulated to 5 centimetres or when excessive drifting has occurred. Streets are cleared based on a priority system to ensure the highest traffic roadways are addressed first. The first priority is the arterial roads in Beaumont along with the other major roadways.
   
Crews are working throughout the City on spring thaw drainage operations.

Snow and Ice Control Status  - Updated March 12, 2019 - 7:30 am

Regularly updated status for Snow and Ice Control operations
Snow and Ice Control Status Priority
Roadway Ice Control Mobilized ​​​As required
Roadway Plowing to Road Edge Curb On Hold On Hold
Roadway Snow Removal On Hold On hold
Trail and Sidewalk Snow Plowing As Required P1 and P2

SNOW REMOVAL ON HOLD - Updated March 12, 2019 - 7:30am

Date Timeframe Locations

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Postings will be on-hold until the next snow event. We are working on Spring Thaw Drainage operations at the moment.

  ​Signage ​Signs will be placed indicating "NO PARKING".
  Graders Graders will move snow from curbs to center windrow. 
​Windrows will have breaks at all intersections to accommodate traffic.
  Blower Blower will move in with trucks to begin snow removal.
  Dump Trucks Contracted for Snow Removal during this stage