Updated March 16
City crews will be on collector streets for most of Thursday.
Trouble spots are varied throughout the city due to the nature of the recent storm system. Crews will be targeting trouble spots once collector streets are complete.
Catch basin clearing will also begin this week to assist waterflow during spring melt.
Updated March 15
Completing secondary priority routes and removing windrows are where City of Weyburn crews will be focusing efforts on Wednesday.
Crews will also begin targeting collector streets and trouble areas identified throughout the community.
The City thanks residents and drivers for their patience during the recent snow removal program.
Updated March 14
City crews will continue focusing on secondary priority routes and collector streets. Salt sand trucks will also be out to target icy and slippery sections.
Drivers should be extra cautious at intersections and along streets with windrows.
Find snow removal routes here.
March 13, 2023
City of Weyburn crews cleared first priority routes and school zones/bus routes over the weekend after the weather system subsided, which brought more than 20 cm of snow to the area.
Downtown and secondary routes are the focus for crews on Monday.
Residents are reminded that Refuse Bylaw 2018-3391, Section 5 (7) prohibits the deposit of snow from private property onto city streets and lanes. Residents should not push snow from driveways and sidewalks onto the road as it causes bigger issues on residential roads and delays clearing operations.
The City thanks A & B Contracting for assistance over the weekend clearing downtown back alleys and parking lots.