In keeping with Provincial regulations, all indoor City recreation and sport facilities will be closed as of January 5, 2022.
As part of our commitment to making streets accessible and safe for all, the City uses a variety of traffic calming measures to reduce dangerous driving and allow residents to enjoy their neighbourhoods.
In addition to these measures, the City launched a new area speed limits program, which aims to make our streets safer for all road users by lowering speed limits on roads with high pedestrian and cycling usage.
Examples of traffic calming measures include:
The City’s goal is to ensure all residential roads function as intended within a neighbourhood, and that all users in the neighbourhood feel safe. Our traffic calming practices and procedures are based on over 25 years of experience in engineering roads and educating residents.
To qualify for traffic calming requires passing a number of steps designed to filter out normal traffic and ensure significant community support.
For a copy of the complete Traffic Calming Practice and Procedures you can contact the City at firstname.lastname@example.org.