The City of Brandon is advising residents that due to more snowfall this week the threshold has been reached to begin a city-wide residential snow-plowing program on Thursday, February 7th.
 

Crews spent Wednesday completing Priority Route plowing and will move into Residential Zones “D” and “G” in order to best coordinate with the City of Brandon’s established sanitation collection schedule.
 
Snow-plowing operations will continue on a 24-hours basis until all municipal streets are cleared. The City of Brandon’s online snow map will be updated later this week to show progress made in residential zones and the subsequent order of scheduled plowing for the remaining residential zones.

 
An important reminder that the City of Brandon "does not" sign most residential areas before equipment moves in to clean them, so residents can greatly assist plowing efforts by watching for updates posted online at snowmap.brandon.ca and making every attempt to move their vehicle off the street while plows or loaders are working in their neighbourhood.

The only exception is in areas of the City’s core that are prone to parking congestion, which are signed with “No Parking” signs in advance of plowing. In these areas, vehicles remaining in the “No Parking” zones could be subject to a ticket or a tow.
 
Once all the above-noted snow plowing activities have been completed, Streets and Roads crews will turn their attention next week to hauling away large piles of snow from boulevards and medians.

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