City of Brandon Snow Route Parking Ban To Be Implemented February 5th at 12 a.m.

February 4, 2019


Following the Sunday/Monday snowfall, the City of Brandon’s Streets & Roads section has begun plowing Priority Routes, which are those streets deemed to be arterial and collector routes across the City. As always, residents are encouraged to learn more about which city streets are Priority Routes by visiting and navigating through to the “Layers” function to unselect all but the “Priority 1 Routes” layer.

To accommodate the above work, a snow route parking ban will be in place overnight (Tuesday, February 5th), from 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. as follows:

•             Rosser Avenue from 1st Street to 18th Street

•             Rosser Avenue from 18th Street to 34th Street

•             Rosser Avenue East from 1st Street to 13th Street East

•             Princess Avenue from 1st Street to 18th Street

•             Princess Avenue from 18th Street to Whillier Drive

•             Princess Avenue East from 1st Street to 13th Street East

•             Ninth Street extending from Pacific Avenue to Princess Avenue

•             Tenth Street extending from Princess Avenue to Pacific Avenue

•             Louise Avenue extending from 13th Street to 18th Street

The City of Brandon Traffic By-Law No. 5463/16/87 allows for the establishment of parking restrictions upon Snow Routes.  It is an offence for any person to park or allow to remain parked any vehicle or portion of a Snow Route where  parking restriction is in place.

At this time, a City-wide residential plowing event has NOT been scheduled; however, Public Works officials will be watching the weather over the next day or two and may expand snow-plowing operations as necessary.

The City of Brandon's Public Works Department would like to take this opportunity to remind all motorists to please keep well back of plows, loaders or any other heavy machinery out on City streets and give them room to safely perform their snow-removal work.