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Snow Control Update 9 a.m., March 23

Posted on Saturday, March 23, 2024 08:53 AM

Plowing of primary and secondary roads continued through the overnight hours and is now complete. The Snow Event is over and on-street parking can resume.

Sidewalk plowing is underway on the primary and secondary roads.

Thank you for your patience.

North Shore Boulevard closed between Edgewater Crescent and Eagle Drive

Posted on Friday, March 22, 2024 05:21 PM

A sinkhole has been discovered in the roadway on North Shore Boulevard west of Edgewater Crescent, near the Burlington Golf Club. As a result, a full road closure is being put in place between Edgewater Crescent and Eagle Drive with detour/closure signage also located at King Road. 

Local access will be maintained beyond Eagle Drive to the Golf Club. We are also coordinating with ‘Around the Bay Race’ organizers for an updated race route.  

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Snow Event declared for March 22 – On-street parking cancelled

Posted on Friday, March 22, 2024 02:00 PM

Burlington, Ont. – March 22, 2024—The City of Burlington has declared a Snow Event effective 9 p.m., March 22. To allow snow removal equipment room to clear roads safely and quickly, all on-street parking has been suspended. 

During a Snow Event when accumulation is more than 7.5 cm, road clearing updates can be found by visiting Snow Control Update subscribers will receive emails at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. about the status of snow removal. To receive Snow Control Updates by email, visit to subscribe. 

Facilities will remain open for their regular operating hours today and tomorrow. When Environment Canada has issued a weather alert, advisory or watch, permit holders may cancel or reschedule without penalty.

On occasion a program may be cancelled when facilities remain open. For instance, if staff are unable to travel safety to the program location. When this occurs, all efforts will be made to contact the participants in advance when possible. 


Snow Control Update, 2 p.m. March 22

Posted on Friday, March 22, 2024 01:58 PM

A Snow Event has been declared effective 9 p.m., March 22. All on-street parking is prohibited until the event is over.

Vehicles parked on-street during a Snow Event may be ticketed or towed.

Residential roads are plowed AFTER primary and secondary roads are cleared and the snow-fall has stopped. Please give us time to clear the roads. Primary roads are the main East-West and North-South roads. Examples of primary roads include the QEW, Brant Street, Guelph Line, Appleby Line, Dundas Street, Mainway, Lakeshore Road, Plains Road and Upper Middle.

Examples of secondary roads include Spruce Avenue, Sutton, Headon Forest, Millcroft Park Drive and streets within the downtown core.

See what's been plowed by visiting our plow tracker.

City telephone system temporarily unavailable for planned maintenance on March 21

Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2024 01:10 PM

The City’s telephone service will be temporarily unavailable for planned maintenance on Thursday, March 21, between 10 and 10:30 p.m.

Many services are available online at Residents may also email