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Snow on Road at 291 Panamount Hill NW Northwest Calgary

can you please at the very least send a sanding truck our way,I cant even get my vehicle within a block of my house
CLOSED about 1 hour ago #18-00141308

Snow on Road at 248 HARVEST CREEK CO NE

Snow and ice on road
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan - about 1 hour ago #18-00141250

Snow on Road at 928 MOODIE RD NE

Icy roads, vehicles taking a run as it is a hill, some sliding sideways close to parked cars
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan - about 1 hour ago #18-00140975

Snow on Road at 5727 2 ST SE

Slush in road exceeds height of accessible sidewalk. Has puddled on the sidewalk. Serious fall hazard.
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. 2018-2-14 DAC; SIDEWALKS ARE THE RESPOINSIBLTY OF HOME AND BUSINESS OWNERS, THEY ARE TO ENSURE MAINTAINCE IS DONE TO ENSURE SAFETY; Thank you for your Service Request. Please know that we are currently working through our 7 Day plan and this location will be addressed through our 7 day snow plan. Priority System; * Day 1 - We start on the high volume roads, called Priority 1s, in order to keep the greatest number of Calgarians travelling safely. Priority 1 roads, such as Crowchild and Glenmore Trail, carry more than 20,000 vehicles per day, and are plowed, sanded and salted by the end of the first 24 hours once the snow stops falling. Please note this is a straight through pass on all priority ones, not including turning lanes nor bus lay-bys, these are done on Day 3. Steps and Walks are also included in our Day 1 SNIC Plan and these areas have been determined by City Council please visit Calgary.ca to learn more about prioritized areas for snow clearing; * Day 2 - Up next are the Priority 2 roads which are plowed, sanded and salted within 48 hours after the snow has stopped. Priority 2 routes are roads which typically carry 5,000 to 19,999 vehicles per day. These area's included many Transit bus routes, Roadways with marked, on-street bike lanes, designated emergency routes and any other problem areas; * Days 3-6 - On day three, we move into the residential areas as well as designated feeder collector routes that run in and out of communities. Residential roads with school and playground zones, hills and intersections are considered a Priority 3, while the remaining residential roads that have the lowest traffic volumes are considered to be a Priority 4; City crews maintain residential roads on days three through six by sanding, salting and flat-blading. Under our plan, plows will knock down ruts to 12cms, but will not remove snow from residential streets; * Day 7 - On the last day of the Seven Day Plan, crews will monitor the roads and respond to service requests for additional snow and ice control and get ready to do it all over again. Roads will also handle any other areas that they will identify that need snow removal action required. - about 1 hour ago #18-00139776
Snow on Road at 5727 2 ST SE

Snow on Road at 5757 2 ST SW

Ruts are huge along 2 St SW. Road need to be cleared. Ruts are so high they are exceeding the height of the sidewalks.
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. 2018-2-14 DAC; Thank you for your Service Request. Please know that we are currently working through our 7 Day plan and this location will be addressed through our 7 day snow plan. Priority System; * Day 1 - We start on the high volume roads, called Priority 1s, in order to keep the greatest number of Calgarians travelling safely. Priority 1 roads, such as Crowchild and Glenmore Trail, carry more than 20,000 vehicles per day, and are plowed, sanded and salted by the end of the first 24 hours once the snow stops falling. Please note this is a straight through pass on all priority ones, not including turning lanes nor bus lay-bys, these are done on Day 3. Steps and Walks are also included in our Day 1 SNIC Plan and these areas have been determined by City Council please visit Calgary.ca to learn more about prioritized areas for snow clearing; * Day 2 - Up next are the Priority 2 roads which are plowed, sanded and salted within 48 hours after the snow has stopped. Priority 2 routes are roads which typically carry 5,000 to 19,999 vehicles per day. These area's included many Transit bus routes, Roadways with marked, on-street bike lanes, designated emergency routes and any other problem areas; * Days 3-6 - On day three, we move into the residential areas as well as designated feeder collector routes that run in and out of communities. Residential roads with school and playground zones, hills and intersections are considered a Priority 3, while the remaining residential roads that have the lowest traffic volumes are considered to be a Priority 4; City crews maintain residential roads on days three through six by sanding, salting and flat-blading. Under our plan, plows will knock down ruts to 12cms, but will not remove snow from residential streets; * Day 7 - On the last day of the Seven Day Plan, crews will monitor the roads and respond to service requests for additional snow and ice control and get ready to do it all over again. Roads will also handle any other areas that they will identify that need snow removal action required. - about 1 hour ago #18-00139702
Snow on Road at 5757 2 ST SW

Snow on Road at 58 FALSBY CO NE

Ice and snow on road
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan - about 1 hour ago #18-00139516
Snow on Road at 58 FALSBY CO NE

Snow on Road at 1720 LAKE BONAVISTA DR SE

So much snow piled on road that cars and buses have issues driving down the street by the school Needs to be removed as people have issues getting on and off bus Also creating ice on sidewalk[FQ-BEGIN: Nature of Concern.:Clearing Request...
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. Thank you for your SR, Sanding and Plowing is presently ongoing as per city policies and priorities. We have made note of your SR and will try to attend as a curiosity as long as we have equipment and man power available. We want to thank you very much for your time and patience. - about 1 hour ago #18-00138395

Snow on Road at 4314 4 Ave SE Southeast Calgary

Park at 4314 4 Ave. S.E.needs plowed cars can't slow down due to soft snow dangerous for kids no sidewalks and dangerous
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. 2018-2-14 DAC; PLAYGROUND ZONE...; Thank you for your Service Request. Please know that we are currently working through our 7 Day plan and this location will be addressed through our 7 day snow plan. Priority System; * Day 1 - We start on the high volume roads, called Priority 1s, in order to keep the greatest number of Calgarians travelling safely. Priority 1 roads, such as Crowchild and Glenmore Trail, carry more than 20,000 vehicles per day, and are plowed, sanded and salted by the end of the first 24 hours once the snow stops falling. Please note this is a straight through pass on all priority ones, not including turning lanes nor bus lay-bys, these are done on Day 3. Steps and Walks are also included in our Day 1 SNIC Plan and these areas have been determined by City Council please visit Calgary.ca to learn more about prioritized areas for snow clearing; * Day 2 - Up next are the Priority 2 roads which are plowed, sanded and salted within 48 hours after the snow has stopped. Priority 2 routes are roads which typically carry 5,000 to 19,999 vehicles per day. These area's included many Transit bus routes, Roadways with marked, on-street bike lanes, designated emergency routes and any other problem areas; * Days 3-6 - On day three, we move into the residential areas as well as designated feeder collector routes that run in and out of communities. Residential roads with school and playground zones, hills and intersections are considered a Priority 3, while the remaining residential roads that have the lowest traffic volumes are considered to be a Priority 4; City crews maintain residential roads on days three through six by sanding, salting and flat-blading. Under our plan, plows will knock down ruts to 12cms, but will not remove snow from residential streets; * Day 7 - On the last day of the Seven Day Plan, crews will monitor the roads and respond to service requests for additional snow and ice control and get ready to do it all over again. Roads will also handle any other areas that they will identify that need snow removal action required. - about 1 hour ago #18-00136750

Snow on Road at 160 VALLEYVIEW CO SE

Safety concern: the melting snow is causing water to pool and freeze on my driveway because the snow on the road is higher than the sidewalks and driveway. Due to the elevation of the road all the water runs south down the street but the...
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. 2018-2-14 DAC; * Please note it is very important that homeowners know they need to clear the gutter when doing their daily snow clearing from their sidewalk to ensure water can reach/ drain to the catch basin. We review residential streets based on priority and only remove snow when the roadway is impassable, we have reviewed this concern and want to inform the citizen to clear ice and snow that's blocking their storm drain to help water flow. - about 1 hour ago #18-00137074

Snow on Road at 289 HERITAGE DR SE

Crosswalk Access Blocked
CLOSED Move to 7 Day SNIC Plan. Sidewalk snow clearing ongoing as per City policy. - about 1 hour ago #18-00137938