Traffic, Streets & Public Places
- Vehicles can only be left up to a maximum of 72 hours on a highway (street), including the highway (street) in front of your house.
- Vehicles left longer than 72 hours can be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
- Parking within 5 meters of a stop sign, a yield sign, a fire hydrant or a marked crosswalk is illegal.
- Parking the right-hand side of your vehicle more than 500 mm. from the curb is illegal. This includes parking the opposite direction of traffic on a two-way street or perpendicular to the curb in a cul-de-sac.
- Parking and driving on parkland, walking trails and green spaces owned by the Town is illegal.
- All property owners and tenants are responsible for clearing the snow off the sidewalks adjacent to their properties within 48 hours of the completion of a snowfall. Failure to remove snow off of a sidewalk can results in fines and penalties.
Off Highway Vehicles
The Town is one of few municipalities in Alberta that allow off highway vehicles to be operated within the community. Please click to find out more information about the OHV Bylaw.