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Town of Caledon Issues Winter Parking Ban

Posted on Monday November 26, 2018

The Town of Caledon has issued a Winter Parking Ban to take effect at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 26, 2018.

About Winter Parking Bans
The purpose of the ban is to keep roads free of parked vehicles so that crews can quickly and safely clear snow. Following a forecast by Environment Canada for a snowfall of 7 cm or greater, or ice coverage, the Town may issue a Winter Parking Ban.

During a Winter Parking Ban:
• Vehicles may not be parked on roads in Caledon at any time.
• Any Overnight Parking Exemptions that have been granted will be cancelled.
• Parking Enforcement Officers may ticket and/or tow vehicles in violation of the ban.
• Vehicle owners are responsible for tickets and towing charges.

When roads are cleared and the weather improves the Town will lift the ban. As a reminder, any vehicle that interferes with snow clearing operations before or after a winter parking ban may still be ticketed and/or towed.

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Winter Safety Reminders
Residents are reminded to take precautions during the winter months. Please keep in mind:
• As crews clear roads and sidewalks, we ask for your patience and that you try to steer clear of plows.
• Being outdoors when temperatures are extremely low can be dangerous, even if for a couple of minutes. Black ice can also be found on sidewalks, and not just on road ways, so please walk carefully.
• During a winter parking ban or a snow or ice event, please do not park vehicle(s) on the road. This is to ensure road crews can clear all roads efficiently and effectively.
• As you clear snow from your driveway, please keep it on your property.

Sixty dedicated winter maintenance staff will typically clear/maintain over 1,500 lane km of roads throughout the Town. That is almost the equivalent as driving from Caledon to Moncton, NB (1,577km).

Contact
For any concerns about winter maintenance, please call:
Service Caledon
905.584.2272 x.7750
info@caledon.ca (M-F | 8:30am – 4:30pm)

For after-hours emergencies, call:
Region of Peel
1-800-563-7881

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Media Contact:
Communications | Strategic Initiatives
905.584.2272 x.4108 communications@caledon.ca