Sidewalk Snow Clearing

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WHAT WE HEARD DOCUMENTS RELEASED AUG. 14, 2020.

Winter sidewalk maintenance activities are an important component of an active transportation network. The City has designated 161 km of sidewalk to be cleared during the winter season. These have varying levels of priority. Visit the map here to see which streets are currently within the program area. Priority details can be found here.

Council has requested feedback on the current service levels and what they could be in the future. As Council considers service levels it must also consider the cost of any potential changes.

While we will collect feedback, and staff will review and make recommendations, changes may need to be phased in. We will have to consider each potential improvement/change individually to ensure we have the budget to make the change effectively. There may be changes possible for 2020-21 but it’s possible we will have to put in place a plan that is longer term with a series of changes that take place over time.

Read the material on this page including the Frequently Asked Questions. Complete the survey, provide feedback using the mapping tool, sign up for a virtual meeting . If you have questions about sidewalk snow clearing that are not answered here, use the Questions tab below.

If you are unable to provide feedback online, call 311 or 754-CITY (2489) or email engage@stjohns.ca with your feedback.

The consultation process has concluded.

WHAT WE HEARD DOCUMENTS RELEASED AUG. 14, 2020.

Winter sidewalk maintenance activities are an important component of an active transportation network. The City has designated 161 km of sidewalk to be cleared during the winter season. These have varying levels of priority. Visit the map here to see which streets are currently within the program area. Priority details can be found here.

Council has requested feedback on the current service levels and what they could be in the future. As Council considers service levels it must also consider the cost of any potential changes.

While we will collect feedback, and staff will review and make recommendations, changes may need to be phased in. We will have to consider each potential improvement/change individually to ensure we have the budget to make the change effectively. There may be changes possible for 2020-21 but it’s possible we will have to put in place a plan that is longer term with a series of changes that take place over time.

Read the material on this page including the Frequently Asked Questions. Complete the survey, provide feedback using the mapping tool, sign up for a virtual meeting . If you have questions about sidewalk snow clearing that are not answered here, use the Questions tab below.

If you are unable to provide feedback online, call 311 or 754-CITY (2489) or email engage@stjohns.ca with your feedback.

The consultation process has concluded.

Page last updated: 14 August 2020, 09:40