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SNOW REMOVAL UPDATE:
Public Works crews were very busy clearing our roads today.

Our staff have been focusing on the priority routes as these are the main accesses and collector roads in Drayton Valley and help us move around the community and around the school areas. It's also important to ensure that these roads are cleared first to allow emergency vehicles easy access to the main roads/highways and the hospital if necessary.

We understand that we've received alot of snow in a short period of time and it has made driving in the residential areas a bit tricky; don't worry, we're coming!

The first residential cleaning will start in the SW quadrant; we will keep you informed as to when snow clearing can be expected in your neighbourhood.

WED., DEC. 11
These areas are scheduled to be wind-rowed tomorrow:
RESIDENTIAL SNOW REMOVAL: SW QUADRANT
54 Ave and 45 St by the Pool
45 St south (L shaped road)
Northview gardens
Remaining priority 2 sections in SW quadrant

REMINDERS:
To assist us, please obey the no parking signs we are installing ahead of our crews and remove your vehicles ensure that our crews and equipment can safely and efficiently remove the snow on the road. Also please do not push your snow out onto the street as this is a ticketable offense under our bylaws and provincial statue. And don’t forget, we will be towing vehicles!

The following roads were cleared today (Tues., Dec. 10):
48A St
Mackenzie
55 Ave to Aurora
55 Ave and 43 St (north)
43 St (south)
46 Ave to 46 St (along West of bus hub)
45 Ave (east of Omniplex)
Lower industrial
55 St (which turns to 56 Ave)
50 east, west, and south have been redone

These areas were wind-rowed and are scheduled to be picked up tomorrow (Wed., Dec. 11):
44 St
49 St
49 Ave
47 Ave (which turns to 47 St)
44 St (east of bus hub)
43 Ave and 52 St
Beckett
44 Ave in Aspenview
49 Ave in Aspenview
43 Ave by Meraw
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SNOW REMOVAL UPDATE:
Public Works crews were very busy clearing our roads today.  

Our staff have been focusing on the priority routes as these are the main accesses and collector roads in Drayton Valley and help us move around the community and around the school areas. Its also important to ensure that these roads are cleared first to allow emergency vehicles easy access to the main roads/highways and the hospital if necessary.  

We understand that weve received alot of snow in a short period of time and it has made driving in the residential areas a bit tricky; dont worry, were coming!  

The first residential cleaning will start in the SW quadrant; we will keep you informed as to when snow clearing can be expected in your neighbourhood. 

WED., DEC. 11
These areas are scheduled to be wind-rowed tomorrow:
RESIDENTIAL SNOW REMOVAL: SW QUADRANT
54 Ave and 45 St by the Pool
45 St south (L shaped road)
Northview gardens
Remaining priority 2 sections in SW quadrant

REMINDERS:
To assist us, please obey the no parking signs we are installing ahead of our crews and remove your vehicles ensure  that our crews and equipment can safely and efficiently remove the snow on the road.  Also please do not push your snow out onto the street as this is a ticketable offense under our bylaws and provincial statue. And don’t forget, we will be towing vehicles!

The following roads were cleared today (Tues., Dec. 10):
48A St
Mackenzie 
55 Ave to Aurora
55 Ave and 43 St (north)
43 St (south)
46 Ave to 46 St (along West of bus hub)
45 Ave (east of Omniplex)
Lower industrial
55 St (which turns to 56 Ave)
50 east, west, and south have been redone

These areas were wind-rowed and are scheduled to be picked up tomorrow (Wed., Dec. 11):
44 St
49 St
49 Ave
47 Ave (which turns to 47 St)
44 St (east of bus hub)
43 Ave and 52 St
Beckett
44 Ave in Aspenview
49 Ave in Aspenview
43 Ave by Meraw

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Good job everyone! I seen a few snow truck removal operator trucks jammed with all the snow during removal and I felt nothing but grateful they were there In the first place. Sooo much snow!!! Good job guys! And ladies!

When will SE be done. We are on 44 ave by the bus hub and we can barely drive on our roads.

42 Ave is awful. It’s getting super difficult to turn into it because the slush is so deep and driving down it to our house is getting much harder

We have a bus on our road every day too and it never gets priority.

And 53 ave is missed again.

They also need to start towing those that won’t move vehicles! Warnings don’t help

55 ST was not cleared, still have the no parking signs out.

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The Zero Fee Tuition program is bringing 22 students to the Clean Energy Technology Centre this January! This program aims to increase post-secondary opportunities for students and provide options for extended studies for mature students and those looking to upgrade or considering a new career path. As part of our Zero Fee Tuition program, we’re excited to be offering our students a discount card for use at local businesses in our community!

With classes starting in January 2020, we are looking for any local businesses that may be interested in participating in this exciting initiative! For more information, or to sign your business up, please contact Nancy Dodds at ndodds@draytonvalley.ca or 780.542.1175 or Amila Gammana at agammana@draytonvalley.ca or 780.241.0606.
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The Zero Fee Tuition program is bringing 22 students to the Clean Energy Technology Centre this January! This program aims to increase post-secondary opportunities for students and provide options for extended studies for mature students and those looking to upgrade or considering a new career path. As part of our Zero Fee Tuition program, we’re excited to be offering our students a discount card for use at local businesses in our community!

With classes starting in January 2020, we are looking for any local businesses that may be interested in participating in this exciting initiative! For more information, or to sign your business up, please contact Nancy Dodds at ndodds@draytonvalley.ca or 780.542.1175 or Amila Gammana at agammana@draytonvalley.ca or 780.241.0606.

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