Vehicles can only be left up to a maximum of 72 hours on a highway (street), including the highway (street) in front of your house.
- Vehicles left longer than 72 hours can be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
- Parking within 5 meters of a stop sign, a yield sign, a fire hydrant or a marked crosswalk is illegal.
- Parking the right-hand side of your vehicle more than 500 mm. from the curb is illegal. This includes parking the opposite direction of traffic on a two-way street or perpendicular to the curb in a cul-de-sac.
- Parking and driving on parkland, walking trails and green spaces owned by the Town is illegal.
- All property owners and tenants are responsible for clearing the snow off the sidewalks adjacent to their properties within 48 hours of the completion of a snowfall. Failure to remove snow off of a sidewalk can results in fines and penalties.
For complete details on roads, please visit the Traffic, Streets and Public Places Bylaw.
Off Highway Vehicles
- OHVs must be properly registered and insured to operate in Town.
- No person shall operate an OHV in Town except for the purpose of proceeding from a residence or a business dealing in OHV's to a permitted area and back to the same residence or business by the most direct and safe route possible.
- A person may operate an OHV in Town for the purpose of clearing snow and ice from a Town sidewalk as long as the OHV is operated safely and with regard for the safety of pedestrians.
- The speed of operation of any OHV in Town is limited to 20 kph.
- OHVs are not to be operated on any Town parkland, the golf course, or the Highway 14 and 41 ditches.
- OHVs are not to be operated in Town between the hours of 10:00 pm and 7:00 am.
- Drivers and riders of OHVs are required to wear appropriate helmets.
- Peace Officers are authorized to impound OHVs being operated in a dangerous manner or by repeat offenders.