Snow removal services for the city of Yellowknife will be in operation soon.
The snow removal season typically runs from December to late April and is dependent on the weather. Residents will be informed of snow being removed from city streets by radio ads and signs that are placed 24 hours before removal. Snow removal begins at 12:00 a.m. and takes place during the early morning to avoid conflicts with motorists, pedestrians and children at play.
Services will begin on Monday, November 21st, and will see snow crews cover Franklin Avenue from Reservoir Road to Matonabee Street, and 48th Street from 49th Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
the rest of the current schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Franklin Avenue from Matonabee Street to 52nd Street;
49st Street from 49th Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Franklin Avenue from 52nd Street to 48th Street;
50th Street from 49th Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Thursday, November 24, 2022
53rd Street from Franklin Avenue to 49th Avenue;
49th Avenue from 53rd Street to 47th Street;
52nd Street from Franklin Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Friday, November 25, 2022
Franklin Avenue from 48th Street to 43rd Street;
51st Street from 49th Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Monday, November 28, 2022
51A Avenue from Forrest Drive to 56th Street;
56th Street from 51A Avenue to Burwash Drive;
Forrest Drive from Franklin Avenue to 51A Avenue.
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
49th Avenue from 47th Street to 43rd Street;
47th Street from 49th Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
52nd Street from 49th Avenue to Franklin Avenue;
51st Avenue from 52nd Street to 46th Street;
53rd Street from Franklin Avenue to 52nd Avenue.
Thursday, December 1, 2022
46th Street from 52nd Avenue to Weledeh School;
52nd Avenue from 56th Street to 48th Street.
Friday, December 2, 2022
52nd Avenue from 48th Street to Franklin Avenue;
52nd Street from 52nd Avenue to 54th Avenue.
Residents must ensure parked vehicles are removed from these streets by midnight on the date scheduled for snow removal or they will be removed (towed). Residents are advised that there will be traffic delays in snow removal areas and if possible, to use an alternate route to avoid delays. The City asks residents to ensure Curbside Carts are returned to your property prior to the scheduled snow removal on your street.