Snow Removal Updates
When you see signs in your neighborhood, it means snow removal equipment will be working there for the next few days. Be mindful of where you park during that time and try to avoid parking on the street. Snow removal is planned around residential waste/organics pickup so no conflict occurs with garbage trucks.
In addition to street signs, you can also find alerts posted below and on City of Leduc social media channels regarding planned and completed snow removal.
March 19, 2019
Crews completed removal in Willow Park and Suntree, and are currently finishing Blackstone and Woodbend. Over the next several days, crews will be working on removal in back alleys. Back alleys will require multiple visits to prevent ice from collecting on private property and blocking driveways.
March 12, 2019
Crews are finishing removal in Lakeside today and tomorrow, and will focus on West Haven for the remainder of the week.
March 6, 2019
Crews will be moving into Deer Valley this Friday, March 8, and next week on March 11 - 12 be in Leduc Estates and Lakeside.
Feb. 28, 2019
Crews continue to work through Southfork this week. Next week's schedule includes:
March 4-5: Bridgeport / Shores
March 6-7: Windrose
Feb. 25, 2019
Crews will be finishing up in Corinthia Feb. 25 and moving into Southfork tomorrow. The updated schedule is:
Feb. 25: Corinthia
Feb. 26-27: Southfork
Feb. 21, 2019
Due to mechanical issues, and to accommodate Friday curbside collection, Caledonia/ Tribute snow removal will be finished on Monday Feb. 25. The updated neighbourhood snow removal schedule is:
Feb. 21-22: Corinthia
Feb. 25: Caledonia/ Tribute
Feb. 26-27: Corinthia
Neighbourhoods next up: Southfork, Windrose and Bridgeport/ Shores. Tentative dates to be provided next week. Thanks for your patience!
*Note that this schedule has been edited since originally posted. We have made some changes to work around garbage days. Crews also require extended time in certain areas to break through the ice pack that's accumulated from intense freeze-thaw cycles this year.
Feb. 19, 2019
Neighbourhood snow removal continues. This week, crews will be in:
- Tuesday/ Wednesday: Caledonia
- Thursday/ Friday: Corinthia
Feb. 12, 2019
Residential snow removal continues and crews are finishing up work in Linsford. The schedule for the remainder of the week is:
- Wednesday/ Thursday: Meadowview
- Friday: Robinson
Feb. 8, 2019
Crews have officially moved into residential snow removal and are finishing up roads in South Park. Next week, crews will complete:
- Monday: North and South Telford
- Tuesday: Linsford
Feb. 5, 2019
Despite the chilly temperatures, crews were busy over the weekend clearing Level 1 priority routes (arterials, main roads) and will be moving into Level 2 priority areas later today (secondary roads, downtown). Once Level 2 is finished, crews will see to clearing school areas. Note that multiway snow removal and outdoor rink maintenance is suspended until the weather warms up and it is safe for crews and equipment to be outside.
Residential snow removal will begin later this week, starting in South Fork. We will be sharing the remaining neighbourhood schedule as it’s available to allow residents time to prepare – signs will be posted in neighbourhoods a minimum of 24 hours before removal begins. It’s important to remember that this schedule is weather dependent and subject to equipment maintenance. Colder temperatures and freeze thaw cycles from earlier this season mean that ice could present potential delays as crews break through buildup.
Feb. 1, 2019
Crews got an early start to snow removal this morning along priority areas 1 and 2 (arterials, secondary roads and the downtown commercial area). All plow trucks, sanders and graders have been out in full force since 4 a.m., and will monitor and tend to road conditions overnight. Tomorrow and Sunday, crews will concentrate on keeping priority routes, LRC parking lots and park and ride locations clear for Rogers Hometown Hockey.
Once the event is over, we will assess snow removal throughout the remainder of the city. Crews are keeping an eye on road and weather conditions over the weekend, and will determine next steps for snow removal, including residential areas, early next week.
Jan. 23, 2019
Sanding, chipping and plowing began today to address snowfall and blowing conditions in the morning. Crews will continue to monitor road conditions.
Jan. 17, 2019
Crews are out smoothing ruts and bumps along residential streets an alleys.
Jan. 2, 2019
Crews were out over the holidays sanding and plowing priority routes. Today, they will be removing windrows and clearing school zones to ready for back to school.
Dec. 7, 2018
Level 1 and 2 priority areas have been cleared (snow plow routes, arterials and downtown, including seniors complexes, the hospital and schools). Nearly all residential collectors are complete; those that aren't will be cleared tomorrow morning. Next week, crews will focus on removing snow from medians and clearing piles from parking lots. Snow along residential streets is compacted at around 1-2 cm - removal typically begins at 15 cm. We will continue to monitor residential areas and upcoming weather conditions.
Dec. 5, 2018
Crews are finishing removal in level 2 priority areas (downtown core and secondary roadways) and have begun work on level 3 priority areas (residential collectors). Removal from some school areas is complete, and the remainder will be finished tomorrow morning before the school day begins.
Dec. 3, 2018
Crews began work clearing and sanding major arterials over the weekend. Tomorrow (Dec. 4) crews will begin clearing the downtown business area, removing windrows and will begin clearing school areas. Once finished, collector roads will be assessed to determine next steps.