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City of Toronto 4h
Help snow removal crews – when shoveling your sidewalk, don't push snow onto the road, put it on your front yard. Follow for updates and find out when roads were salted at .
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City of Toronto 6h
Winter Alert: it can be slippery on the road during and after a snowfall. Please drive accordingly, use extra caution when approaching intersections, and watch for pedestrians, cyclists, buses and streetcars.
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John Tory 5h
Thanks to & crews who have been working all weekend to tackle this snow on our roads, sidewalks, bike lanes, and trails.
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TO Winter Operations 5h
Local road plowing is complete as of approx. 6pm. Crews will return tomorrow to respond to any missed streets, parked car locations, etc. Please contact if you would like to report a concern.
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TO Winter Operations 4h
Due to the high winds and cold temperatures, cleanup operations on main roads are ongoing and will continue through the overnight period. AM cleanup will begin tomorrow to clear areas with parking restrictions. Winds are not expected to calm down until Monday evening.
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TO Winter Operations 10h
Local road plowing commenced overnight and will continue until approximately 8pm this evening. Cleanup operations on local roads will resume on Monday.
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TO Winter Operations 13h
Sidewalk clearing on our high & low volume routes commenced at 8am this morning. It will take until approximately 9pm this evening to complete this operation. Plows will return tomorrow where required.
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TO Winter Operations 13h
When piling snow on your property take care not to block sight lines that prevent you from exiting your driveway safely.
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TO Winter Operations 14h
As you clear snow around your property today, remember that shovelling snow onto the road is illegal and endangers both cyclists and motorists. Avoid parking vehicles over the sidewalks. This also hampers clearing efforts.
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StreetARToronto 22h
We are very excited to announce that Toronto-based artist Birdo will be a part of the Foundation’s international public art program, Seawalls Artist for Oceans taking place Jan 28 - Feb 3 in Maui, Hawaii!
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City of Toronto Jan 19
Winter Alert: Local roads are plowed 14-16 hours after the snowfall is over. Please don’t call 311 to ask about your street, instead visit and follow .
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TO Transportation Jan 19
Snow expected throughout the night. Drivers please and watch for pedestrians and cyclists. Follow for updates & visit to track real-time street salting & plowing in your area!
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TO Transportation Jan 19
Be safe. Please stay clear of snow plows and don't pass them. Avoid parking on city streets, this helps plows do their job.
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TO Winter Operations Jan 19
Plows are out on main roads across the city. Plowing operations will continue throughout the evening.
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TO Transportation Jan 19
Where's my plow? Winter weather to continue throughout the day. Visit to track real-time street salting & plowing in your area.
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TO Winter Operations Jan 19
Plows are out now on the DVP and the Gardiner Expressways. Stay clear of the plows. This enables them to move more quickly and efficiently clear the roads. Don’t try to pass in between plows.
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TO Transportation Jan 19
please CLEAR snow off your car, windows, windshields, roofs, trunk and hood before driving. Good visibility keeps yourself and others safe.
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TO Winter Operations Jan 19
Mechanical sidewalk clearing on high volume routes commenced at approx. 3pm and will continue through the evening. Due to the blowing snow and cold temperatures we expect that multiple rounds of clearing & salting may be required.
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City of Toronto Jan 19
Snow & extreme cold in the forecast this weekend for . Plan ahead and drive according to weather conditions. Drivers slow down, watch for pedestrians cyclists, use extra caution & don't get distracted.
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TO Winter Operations Jan 19
The second round of salt on main roads commenced at approx 12:30pm. Salting operations will continue through the afternoon.
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