Snow removal: No parking on streets
From November 15 to April 1
Under Street and Traffic Bylaw No. 1313-1993, every street, boulevard, alley, and highway in the City of Terrace is designated as a snow removal route, and parking on them is prohibited during the winter months, from November 15 to April 1. Any vehicle that impedes snow removal and/or road maintenance work on any snow removal route may be towed.
Plowing in residential areas can occur at any time of the day or night.
Snow clearing operations in the downtown area are typically carried out between 10:00 pm and 6:00 am.
In addition, it is illegal for anyone to place ice or snow from any private property, parking lot, or entrance way onto City right-of-way as it impedes traffic, creates drainage problems, buries fire hydrants, and interferes with routine snow plowing. Under this bylaw, you may be fined for doing so.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
- Public Works and Development Services
Help Us Keep the Sidewalks Clear
Please place your refuse carts at the end of your driveway and not on the sidewalk. They can get in the way of our sidewalk plowing machine.
(Plus, they make it difficult for those using mobility devices, pushing strollers, etc. to get past at any time of the year, so please help those folks out by keeping your carts off the sidewalk year-round!)
Snow Removal Financial Assistance Program
Snow Removal Program For Seniors or Physically Challenged Citizens
City of Terrace Council has authorized a windrow and driveway snow removal program for senior citizens and physically disabled homeowners with costs incurred from hiring a service provider to remove snow from their driveways.
To qualify, the applicant must meet the following criteria:
- Own and occupy the property on which the application is made.
- Be 65 years of age or more at the date of application OR be permanently confined to a wheelchair, restricted to the permanent use of crutches or braces, or otherwise be permanently disabled in such a way as to restrict physical mobility.
- Not have any able bodied persons under the age of 65 residing at this property.
- Not have claimed a credit on any other property for the same winter season.
- Not live in a condominium dwelling whereby all snow removal is the direct responsibility of the condominium corporation.
The physically disabled applicant (under 65) must provide one of the following:
- Medical proof from a Canadian Regulated Health Practitioner using the attached medical form, or
- A copy of the Accessible Parking Permit issued by SPARC.
Qualifying applicants of a residential property can receive a rebate of 50% up to a maximum of $250.00 per winter (subject to demand).
To receive a rebate, the applicant must fill out the Reimbursement Form and ensure signatures and/or receipts are obtained from their service provider.
If you meet all five (5) criteria listed above, fill out the application form and send it to the City of Terrace, Public Works Department.
Snow Removal FAQs
Click below for frequently asked questions about snow removal in the City of Terrace.