The Town of Caledon has issued a Winter Parking Ban to take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.
About Winter Parking Bans
The purpose of the ban is to keep roads free of parked vehicles so that crews can quickly and safely clear snow.
Following a forecast for a snowfall of 7 cm or greater, or ice coverage, the Town may issue a Winter Parking Ban.
During a Winter Parking Ban:
- Vehicles may not be parked on roads in Caledon at any time.
- All Parking Passes previously granted are no longer valid.
- Parking Enforcement Officers may ticket and/or tow vehicles in violation of the ban.
- Vehicle owners are responsible for tickets and towing charges.
When roads are cleared and the weather improves the Town will lift the ban.
As a reminder, any vehicle that interferes with snow clearing operations before or after a winter parking ban may still be ticketed and/or towed.
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Winter Safety Reminders
Residents are reminded to take precautions during the winter months. Please keep in mind:
- As crews clear roads and sidewalks, we ask for your patience and that you try to steer clear of plows.
- Being outdoors when temperatures are extremely low can be dangerous, even if for a couple of minutes. Black ice can also be found on sidewalks, not just on road ways, so please walk carefully.
- During a winter parking ban or a snow or ice event, please do not park vehicle(s) on the road. This is to ensure road crews can clear all roads efficiently and effectively.
- As you clear snow from your driveway, please keep it on your property.
Our dedicated winter maintenance staff clear/maintain over 1,500 lane km of roads throughout the Town – the equivalent of driving from Caledon to Moncton, New Brunswick.
For any concerns about winter maintenance, please call:
For after-hours emergencies, call:
Region of Peel
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Director, Customer Service and Communications