Public Service Announcement: Town ends Significant Snow Event and Keep It Clear event on January 25 – lincoln.ca

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Public Service Announcement: Town ends Significant Snow Event and Keep It Clear event on January 25
 
The Town of Lincoln is declaring The Significant Snow Event ended, as well as the current Keep it Clear event, as of 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.
Keep It Clear was declared on January 24 in response to a system that forecasted snow with accumulations of 5 to 10 cm and reduced visibility.
The Significant Snow Event has been in place since January 17 to allow the Town to address the significant snowfall of close to 50cm on that day.  
While on-street parking is once again permitted, we ask everyone to be considerate when parking on Town streets and allow enough space for cars to pass through. Please be mindful of snow banks and narrow sections on many secondary roads.
We all have a responsibility to help keep our roads safe for residents and travelers.
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Liliana Busnello
Manager of Corporate Communications
Town of Lincoln
Direct: 905-563-2799 ext. 230
Tel: 905-563-8205
 
I just cleared my driveway, and the plow went by and filled it back in with heavy snow. Will you come back and clear it out?
Does the Town use salt on the road?
Why doesn’t the plow do a better job clearing the snow from my cul-de-sac?
Why does it take so long to get to my cul-de-sac?
When is the plow getting to my street?
The snowplow driver hit and knocked over my mailbox. What should I do?
We had a massive storm, and there is still snow on the roads. Why are there no trucks out?
 
Does the Town use salt on all sidewalks and trails?
Why do you clear some sidewalks but leave the area in front of my house?
The plow went by and filled in a crosswalk. How do I get the Town to come back to clear?
 
Why was the Parking by-law amended?
Where am I supposed to park my car if it does not fit in the driveway?
How do I know when I can park on the road?
How long will this be in effect and can I not park on the street?
Does this apply to all streets?
How can I challenge a ticket?
What happens if I leave my car on the road/what is the fine?
Lincoln is located in the heart of Niagara region, with one of the most diverse economies in Niagara. Serving the communities of Beamsville, Vineland, Jordan, Campden, Tintern, and Rockway. Our towns and villages are filled with over 50 wineries, fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers, heritage sites, and natural attractions such as the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario.
 
4800 South Service Road
Beamsville, Ontario
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