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Clean Up Continues

Monday, December 28, 2015 @ 7:57 AM

Prince George, B.C.- City crews  continue  the job of cleaning up  following the major snowfall event in Prince George.

Priority 1 and 2 routes will continue to receive attention through tonight in the following areas:

  • south of 15th avenue,
  • east of Highway 16 in the Southwest,
  • Cranbrook Hill,
  • North Nechako Road,
  • and both the east and west sides of the Hart Highway.
  • In addition, sidewalk machines will be in operation throughout the Bowl from areas north of 5th Avenue to south of 22nd.

Graders and loaders will also be operating in the yellow, green, and red zones, as per the City’s garbage collection map.

Motorists are reminded to drive to conditions at all times.

For more information about priority routes and parking restrictions, please visit www.princegeorge.ca/snow.


A lot of snow all at once… Thanks to the people out there plowing and cleaning our streets. Will be a bit more thankful once mine gets done ;)

If you are scared of driving until the roads our completely done then please find an alternative method to get around. I followed someone down the pulpmill road today doing 35kph.. You should not be on the road.

Also to the cool dude in the black ford pickup that passed everyone.. Hope you enjoyed being to work 45 secs faster than the rest of us.

Aren’t cool dudes allowed to pass?

I guess they think they can.. :)

the last two snow falls we had had the city cleaning Tabor Blvd. They did an okay job but there were 4 vehicle all parked on Tabor in front of an apartment building ( over night) city politely cleaned around them…( both times) what happened to the city’s trough love speech about ticketing violators or towing them …
another falsity from their mouths…
Jillian Merrick should be absolutely livid as they are also parking on bike lanes…. or was that also a dog and pony show by her and council?

I wonder if they are going to be able to get all of the red zone done before garbage pickup in the morning? Seems to me that they will have a lot to do in the very short time that’s left.

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