During the winter season, our road crews are out doing snow and ice removal on your roads. Trucks with flashing blue lights are performing winter maintenance. Please give them room to work.

Report Damage to Property/Mailbox

If you believe a snowplow has damaged your mailbox, landscaping, or other property please submit a request our Public Works Department with the following information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Contact Information
  • Description of the Damage
  • Approximate date and time of the damage

Report Damage to my Mailbox or Property

Staff will review your request.

Winterize Your Mailbox


The force of thrown snow from a plow blade may cause serious damage to your mailbox and/or post. You can build a barricade between the mailbox and the thrown snow using:

  • 4 x 4 posts to secure the barrier in the ground.
  • 2 x 4's the entire length of the mailbox and its post.

This type of sturdy snow deflector should keep your mailbox well protected during the winter!

Important Winter Reminders

During the winter season, please remember to:

  • Keep snow on your property, and don't push it into streets, sidewalks, or in ditches.
  • Your garbage and recycling bins need to be visible in your driveway, and not on the street, shoulder, or sidewalk.
  • Don't park on any street between 1:00a.m. and 7:00a.m. from November 1st to April 1st (inclusively), as per our winter parking restrictions.
  • When plowing intersection, the truck needs space to back up. Keep your distance!

Snow Plowing and Removal

Our snowplow operators follow plow routes that are chosen ahead of time, designed to consider the best service for all residents. Plow routes and priorities are chosen using the Minimum Maintenance Standards set out by the Ministry of Transportation. School bus routes and other public service providers are a priority when deciding these routes.

Sidewalk Maintenance

The Township clears designated sidewalks in the community. This includes snow removal and salting. We prioritize sidewalks in the core of villages areas as well as routes to local public schools.