Parking ban Priority 1 (Major roads) ends November 11 at 8 a.m.
November 10, 2022

Out of respect for Remembrance Day ceremonies and the associated parking impacts, the parking ban will be lifted Friday, November 11, at 8 a.m. Snow clearing is currently more than 90 per cent complete for Priority 1 areas, which includes freeways, arterial roadways and business districts. These areas will be completed overnight prior to lifting the ban. Crews will continue addressing Priority 2 areas, which will be completed by Saturday morning.

During Phase 1, City and contractor crews worked 24 hours a day to clear snow and ice accumulation from arterial roads, collector roads, bus routes (roads marked with seasonal no parking signage), and roads within business improvement areas.

“We thank Edmontonians for their support in moving their vehicles, which allowed our crews to effectively and efficiently clear the roadways,” said Val Dacyk, General Supervisor, Infrastructure Field Operations. “Winter has only just begun, so we encourage residents to sign up for our new parking ban notification tool at to ensure they hear about any future bans.”

Motorists are reminded to drive to conditions and maintain a safe stopping distance. Cyclists, pedestrians and motorists should take extra care and watch out for each other. 

For more information:

Media contact:
Communications Advisor
Communications and Engagement