Crews in the City and County of Grande Prairie continue to dig out the region from snowfall and frozen temperatures. On Tuesday, the city said it was actively plowing snow and removing windrows from priority roads, starting with main arterials, as well as doing ice control on priority roads.
The city is also in the second week of a residential snow removal cycle. Grande Prairie has seen 9.2 centimetres of snow since January 1st, according to Environment Canada.
In the County of Grande Prairie, crews started work in Hythe Tuesday, as well as collecting windrows in Clairmont. It says its schedule will continue as long as temperatures stay above minus 35 degrees due to safety concerns.
Residents are reminded to watch for digital “No Parking” signs. When they are lit, temporary street parking restrictions are in place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.