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Beaver County crews are currently out clearing snow across the County to ensure the safety of the travelling public.
Under the County’s Snow and Ice Clearing Level of Service Policy, snow and ice control is carried out based on the following order of priority:
a. All bus routes;
b. All major collector and resource roads which are not bus routes;
c. All minor collector roads which are not bus routes;
d. All local roads which are not bus routes;
e. Roadways and driveways used to access emergency service providers (e.g. fire halls)
f. Snow clearing of private driveways;
g. Snow clearing of private approaches (if not done as part of snow clearing);
h. Snow clearing of public facilities as requested (e.g. community halls);
i. Unmaintained road allowances used for agricultural purposes, on a per request basis as equipment and resources are available
If you wish to have your driveway cleared, be sure to sign a Snow Clearance Agreement with the County.
For a copy of the form, contact the County Office or see below. You may return a completed copy by mail, fax, email or in person at the County Office.
Snow Clearance Agreement
5223 - 46 Street
Phone: (780) 663-3730
Fax: (780) 663-3602
Once you have completed a form, you must contact the County Office each time you need your driveway cleared. The charge for driveways to be serviced shall be $30 for the first half hour or portion thereof and $1 per minute thereafter.
If you have concerns regarding snow clearance in your area, please call the County Office at (780) 663-3730.
If you need to call the County Office after hours, please also call (780) 663-3730 or toll free at 1-866-663-1333.
Your call will be answered by an operator who will take all the details from you. If it is an emergency situation - where there is an imminent danger to people or property involving the County's infrastructure - you can almost always expect a call back regardless of time of day.
If it is a non-emergency situation, we will try to address the matter on the next business day.
If you have to be out on the roads in times of inclement weather, please drive safely.