A snow route parking ban is now in effect for Sherwood Park.
The ban started on Monday (Dec.3) at noon after 20 cm of snow fell in the past 48 hours. The parking ban applies to collector roads marked with permanent snow route signs.
Strathcona County said in a release that due to the short notice, any vehicles left on the road will be towed, but not ticketed for the first 24 hours.
Beginning at noon on Tuesday, tickets will be issued for vehicles that have not been removed during the snow route parking ban (as per normal procedures).
All Strathcona County rural roads will be cleared within five days.

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