Winter Driving Safety
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Winter Driving

Winter is here and we need to adjust our driving habits for the changing road and weather conditions. While County crews are out plowing, grading and sanding the roads, please be patient and allow our crews plenty of space to work.

Top five things you can do to help keep operators and other drivers safe:

  1. SLOW DOWN
  2. Watch for equipment turning
  3. Remember, flashing amber and red means snowplow ahead
  4. Leave 15 metres between your vehicle and any equipment
  5. Do not pass a snowplow. Operators will pull over when it is safe to allow vehicles to pass

 

Related links:

Plan your route and check for road closures or delays. Find up-to-date, province-wide information at 511 Alberta.

Follow these winter driving tips from Transportation Alberta. Find information about winterizing your vehicle, what to put in an emergency kit, winter tires and safe driving tips.

Consider enrolling new drivers in Winter Driving School to help them stay safe on icy and snow-covered roads.

Related Pages

Driveway Plowing Service

Snowplowing or grading of private driveways is provided for a fee for rural customers.

 

Report a Road Concern

Let us know where you've found a road problem.

 

Winter Roads

We have established service goals and a priority sequence for clearing snow and sanding County roads.