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June 18, 2019
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June 18, 2019
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June 14, 2019
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June 12, 2019
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Past Updates

Ice removal operations throughout the City are now completed.




Streets cleared on March 13, 14 and 15:

March 13

March 14

March 15

Alpha

Bellefeuille

Barberry

Baffin (last part)

Des Arbres (in part)

Des Pins

Jardine

Egan

Fabre (in part)

Montevista (in part)

Einstein

Hickory (last part)

Montclair

Louis-Riel (in part)

Kennebec

Rosedale

Montevista (in part)

Kieffer (in part)

Skye (last part)

Place Des Cèdres

Linton (in part)

Thornhill (in part)

Saturn

Medley

Thornhill (last part)

Mozart

West Acres

Place Des Fleurs

STREETS CLEARED ON MARCH 8 AND 9:

Alouette

Choquette

Hamlet

Mykonos (last part)

Armstrong

Columbia (last part)

Laniel

Nisko

Baffin (in part)

Columbia Crescent

Lido

Ravel (in part)

Bayonne (in part)

Dallas

Linda

Ryan

Bluejay

Dauphin

Malard

Skye (in park

Briarwood

David

Maple

Trinidad

Cedar

Drouin

Maple Crescent

Tobago

Charade

Finch

Maupassant

Valmount (in part)

Chartres

Glamis

Montpellier (last part)

Wallenberg

Streets cleared on March 7:

Birkdale

Gazaille

Montpellier (in part)

Breckenridge

Harbridge

Pasteur

Clarence

Libersan

Pheasant (in part)

Columbia (in part)

Martinique (in part)

Sandra

Eastmoor

McKinley

Trillium

Fleming

Mercier

Woodridge (in part)

Streets cleared on March 6:

Armenia

Garland

Pheasant (in part)

Beachwood

Greenfield

Place Belcourt

Browning (in part)

Laporte

Trillium

Burns

Lisbonne

Trinity

Chauret (last part)

Marie-Curie

Trottier

Edgewood

Montpellier (in part)

Westminster

Elderidge

Philippe

Woodhaven

STREETS CLEARED ON MARCH 5:

Albaretto

Boyer

Matignan (in part)

Alfred

Browning (in part)

Oxford

Applegrove

De La Roche

Radisson

Avondale

De Paris

Roosevelt (in part)

Audubon (in part)

Dubois

Trottier (in part)

Boniface

Lamarche (in part)

STREETS CLEARED ON MARCH 4:

Aldercrest

Hickory (in part)

Place Northview

Bayside

Magil

Pinecrest (in part)

Braeside

Northview (last part)

Poplar (last part)

Carleton

Oslo

Trianon

Gauthier

Streets cleared on March 2 and 3 :

Lamarche (in part)
Malcolm
Northview (in part)
Poplar
Woodlawn (in part)
Viking (last part)

STREETS CLEARED ON FEBRUARY 28 AND MARCH 1ST :

Balko (in part)Lamarche (in part )Morningside
Barcelone (in part)LamontRoselawn (in part)
Birchview (in part)LargoRouville
Châtillon (last part )Laurent (in part)Sandringham (in part)
Cherrywood (in part) LesageSchubert
Clairette (in part)MaltaSilverbirch (in part)
EarlMatignan (in part)Stephanie
GeorgesMiddleton (in part)Viking (in part)
Glenbrooke (in part)Montcalm (in part)Woodlawn (in part)

STREETS CLEARED on FEBRUARY 27

Barcelone (in part)IrvingStephenson
BiscayeMagnoliaThorncliffe
FoxhillMulberry
HurteauRunnymede

Streets cleared on February 25 and 26:

AllenbrookeCollingwoodMerritt
AshCoolbrookePlace Donnacona
AudubonCumberlandRichard-Meloche
BaderwoodHadleyRockwood
BirchviewHazelSonata
BlancheHighgateTremayne
BurkeHiltonTrenton
CapriIroquoisWalnut
Canterbury (in part)Lancaster
ChâtillonLaurie

Facebook post published on February 15, 2019

[MAYOR’S MESSAGE] We have been doing snow removal operations since last Wednesday when over 40 cm of snow fell.

Our teams are working hard to remove snow from over 325 km of streets and 22 km of sidewalks as quickly as possible for our residents. We will continue these operations until Monday, after which we will resume de-icing operations.

Thank you for your continued patience. Together, we will get through this unpredictable winter.

Facebook post published on February 11, 2019

[MAYOR’S MESSAGE] Our priorities of cleaning main arteries and clearing sewers to prevent flooding of homes have been achieved.

As of last Thursday, we have been able to move onto the de-icing of secondary and tertiary streets. We currently have multiple crews working throughout DDO at this time, including additional crews that were hired to expedite the process. This will continue up until the expected snowstorm of later today, at which point we will switch to snow removal operations. We will switch back to de-icing operations once the snow has been cleared, likely by the end of the week. The exact timeline is dependent on how much snow falls.

I have had the opportunity to speak with some of you in the last few days and appreciate your comments, feedback, and continued patience. I will provide you with another update in the coming days.

Please stay safe during the storm.

Facebook post published on February 7, 2019

[MAYOR’S MESSAGE] Here is a quick update on our snow removal operations: Milder temperatures and amounts of precipitation have helped us concentrate on de-icing residential streets. We have also been clearing storm drains in anticipation of today’s rain.

We will continue to de-ice our over 325 kilometers of roads and several kilometers of sidewalk.

Thank you for your continued comprehension and cooperation.

Mayor Alex Bottausci

Newsletter published on February 7, 2019

We would like to thank all of our residents for their patience during the difficult meteorological conditions we have experienced over the last few weeks.

With the snow, rain and ice rain, combined with temperatures that varied between -23°C and 5°C, our Public Works team has been working hard to keep our streets clear and ensure that over a thousand homes with down-sloping driveways are not flooded with rainwater and melt runoff.

In spite of the extreme weather being experienced across the Montreal region, please rest assured that we will continue our efforts to restore all streets in town to an acceptable condition as soon as possible. We thank you once again for your patience and understanding

Facebook post published on February 4, 2019

[MAYOR’S MESSAGE] We would like to thank all of our residents for their patience during the difficult meteorological conditions we have experienced over the last 10 days.

With the 15 cm of snow of January 20 and the 25 mm of rain and 15 cm of snow of January 23 and 24, combined with temperatures that varied between -23°C and 3°C, our Public Works team has been working hard for the last week and a half to keep our streets clear and ensure that over a thousand homes with down-sloping driveways are not flooded with rainwater and melt runoff.

In spite of the extreme weather being experienced across the Montreal region, please rest assured that we will continue our efforts to restore all streets in town to an acceptable condition as soon as possible. We thank you once again for your patience and understanding.

Facebook post published on January 25, 2019

[SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS] It is important to note that our intensive snow and ice removal operations for the past few days have created snow and ice banks in the streets and, in some cases, in front of some of our residents’ driveways. Unfortunately, it is impossible to proceed any other way in such a short time frame.

However, you can help us in our efforts by clearing your driveways as soon as possible today, pushing the snow onto your front or side yards, and by taking your cars off public streets so our teams can clear as much of the snow and ice as possible.

https://ville.ddo.qc.ca/en/citizen-services/snow-removal

Facebook post published on January 24, 2019

[SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS] The City is currently doing ice removal operations to reduce the accumulation of ice and snow in its streets. These operations must be done before the temperatures lower, as forecast for Friday.

You can help us in our efforts by removing your vehicle from public roads and by depositing snow from your driveway onto your front lawn. Remember that it is prohibited to push snow off of your property onto public roads.

For more details on snow removal by-laws, click here: https://ville.ddo.qc.ca/en/citizen-services/snow-removal

Thank you for your usual cooperation!

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