Snow route parking bans
Snow route parking ban NOT in progress
Parking is permitted on all collector roads in Sherwood Park.
Snow route parking bans affect collector roads, which are marked with snow route when declared signs year round. Collector roads are classified as Priority 3 under the Winter Maintenance Policy(123.9 KB) and are cleared when the snow accumulation reaches 15 to 21 centimetres.
- Parking bans will be declared a minimum of 24 hours before parking restrictions are enforced.
- Remove vehicles from the street or park on residential streets without snow route signs.
- It may take up to four days to clear the snow.
- View a complete list of collector roads (192.0 KB)
Please remove vehicles from the road
Vehicles need to be removed from the street to allow for safe and efficient snow removal.
Vehicles left on the street during the parking ban will be issued a $250 ticket. During the parking ban, residents can park on residential streets without snow route signs.
Parking is permitted after the snow has been removed.
Follow along with our clearing progress
Our snow route clearing map is a web-based, interactive map allowing users to follow along with our snow clearing efforts and see which roads have been cleared and are being worked on.
There is NO snow route parking ban currently in effect.
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Sign up for Snow Route Parking ban notifications through Strathcona County Alerts (SC Alerts). Choose from phone calls, text messaging, and email notification.
You can also find out about parking bans through:
Frequently asked questions
Which roads are snow routes?
Snow routes are collector roads marked with permanent signs that state “snow route when declared”.
When will snow routes be cleared?
The County declares a snow route parking ban when there is a minimum snow accumulation of 15-21 cm.
3. How will I know if a snow route parking ban has been declared?Permanent link to How will I know if a snow route parking ban has been declared?
The County uses SC Alerts to notify residents of a snow route parking ban, along with our website and social media. Sign up for SC Alerts to stay in the know!
4. Where should I park during a snow route parking ban?Permanent link to Where should I park during a snow route parking ban?
You may park on all other residential streets in your neighbourhood that are not marked with “snow route when declared” signs.