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Residential Snow Plowing Schedule… coming to your street soon

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From the City of Red Deer

Residents are reminded to sign up for Snow Zone Alerts to get text, email, and phone call reminders before they need to move their vehicles off the street.

Snow Zone Plowing will begin on Wednesday, February 27 on Green Routes in Snow Zone G; Grey Route plowing in Snow Zone G will follow on Monday, March 4.  Plowing will continue alphabetically through Snow Zones until complete. Parking restrictions will be in place during plowing in each Snow Zone, which could be a few days at a time.

“It should only take our crews a day or two to plow Green or Grey Routes in each Snow Zone, but it takes a lot longer if people leave their vehicles parked on the streets,” said Public Works Manager Greg Sikora, “That’s why it is so important for people to know the schedule and move their cars.”

There are many different ways for residents to learn the schedule:

  •   Sign up for Snow Zone Alerts to get text, email or phone call reminders before plowing starts in their Snow Zone
  •   Click here or check the schedule online at reddeer.ca/snowzone
  •   Follow the City of Red Deer on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates
  •   Call the Snow Zone Hotline at 403-406-8796
  •   Look for signs at neighbourhood entrances and on Green Routes“It isn’t feasible for us to put signs on every street, but that doesn’t mean residents shouldn’t know the schedule,” said Sikora, “Snow Zone Alerts are fantastic – it takes just a few minutes to sign up and you get a text, email or phone call – which ever you prefer – to remind you to move your car.”

    Parking restrictions are only in place for the route that is scheduled for plowing, so residents can park their cars on an alternate route while restrictions are in place.

    “When we’re plowing Green Routes, you can park your car on a Grey Route, which is usually just around the corner,” said Sikora, “It is the same case for Grey Route plowing; if you really need to park on the street, you can park on a Green route. That’s why we don’t plow Green and Grey Routes in a Snow Zone at the same time.”

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Zone Subdivisions Map
A Kentwood, Johnstone Zone A – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
B Glendale, Normandeau, Pines Zone B – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
C Fairview, Highland Green, Oriole Park, Riverside Meadows Zone C – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
D Downtown Zone D – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
E Clearview, Garden Heights, Michener Hill, Parkvale, Waskasoo, Woodlea Zone E – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
F Deer Park (north of 39 St), Rosedale, Timberlands Zone F – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
G Bower, South Hill, West Park Zone G – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
H Eastview, Grandview, Morrisroe, Mountview Zone H – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
I Anders, Sunnybrook (north) Zone I – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
J Deer Park (south of 39 St), Lancaster Zone J – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
K Inglewood, Sunnybrook (south)/Southbrook, Vanier Zone K – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
P Central Park Zone P -Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)
Q Chiles Industrial Park Zone Q – Snow Zone Residential Routes Map (pdf)

February 2019 Snow Zone Plowing schedule

Snow Zone Plowing has been tentatively scheduled as noted below. All schedules are subject to weather and other delays, and may be subject to change. Any changes to the schedule will be posted on the City website at reddeer.ca/snowzone.

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Snow Zone

Green Routes

Grey Routes

G

February 27, 28

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March 4, 5

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H

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February 28, March 1, 4

March 6, 7

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I

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March 4, 5

March 7, 8

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J

March 6, 7

March 11, 12

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K

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March 7, 8

March 13

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A

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B

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March 12, 13

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March 15

C

March 13, 14, 15

March 18, 19

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D

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E

March 15

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F

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March 18, 19

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March 21, 22

After 15 years as a TV reporter with Global and CBC and as news director of RDTV in Red Deer, Duane set out on his own 2008 as a visual storyteller. During this period, he became fascinated with a burgeoning online world and how it could better serve local communities. This fascination led to Todayville, launched in 2016.

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Why some Infectious Disease experts say COVID-19 will soon be behind us

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The common belief seems to be the COVID19 pandemic is going to be with us at least until the end of this year and possibly well into 2022.  But some infectious disease experts are making much more aggressive predictions.  In fact Dr. Monica Gandhi (bio below) is already beaming with joy over the data pouring in showing the vaccines spreading throughout the world are working incredibly well.  Enjoy this interview.  It will absolutely help you feel better about the state of our battle against COVID-19.

This article is from ZDoggMD

A UCSF (University of California, San Francisco) infectious disease doctor is convinced this pandemic is ending, and sooner than you think…here’s why.

Dr. Monica Gandhi is a professor of medicine at UCSF and here are our other episodes together.

And here’s her latest study in the Lancet.

An excerpt from the following video: “So we have tons of PhD epidemiologists who are painting gloom and doom pictures everywhere. Well, you know, first it was this. And then, you know, okay, now we have a vaccine but you know what, the variants are coming. So we’re probably gonna have to wear seven masks and stay shut down. And by the way, don’t even think about opening schools. Why are you thinking about opening schools? Oh, by the way it’s your bad behavior that caused all this death, and so we’re gonna shame you. And on top of that, it’s never gonna get better. So expect 2023, before we get back to a semblance of what will be a new normal, which will be we’ll all be in bubbles. So get those guys out of the picture and go with actual physicians who touch patients. What’s your thinking right now? Where are we in this mess?

Dr. Gandhi:  We are just facing like complete dawn of hope and light and love. Like it’s gonna be so great. It is getting so great. So what happened, right? Like March 11th was the day that the WHO declared this a worldwide pandemic. November 9th, we got the first press release from the first vaccine. Phase three clinical trial, that fast. And then we’ve had seven phase three clinical trials. So we have seven vaccines in circulation around the globe that work. And they work exactly using the same protein in different ways using that protein, and they work beautifully, and they all work beautifully against preventing what even made us notice on January 31st, 2019 or December 31st, 2019 that something terrible was happening, which is severe disease. They all work almost 100% to prevent… 100% for hospitalizations. And then like in the 90s to prevent you not even feeling well at home. So they’re amazing.”

The interviewer is Dr. Zubin Damania.   Trained at Stanford and the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Damania is the founder of Turntable Health, an innovative primary care clinic and model for Health 3.0.  He produces videos and live shows under the pseudonym “ZDoggMD” which have collected nearly a billion views.

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Toronto Raptors’ game against Chicago postponed due to COVID-19 cases

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NEW YORK — Tonight’s Toronto Raptors game against Chicago has been postponed due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

A statement from the NBA says that because of positive test results and ongoing contract tracing, the Raptors don’t have the league-required eight available players.

The Raptors were missing head coach Nick Nurse, five members of his staff and star forward Pascal Siakam for Friday’s win over Houston.

This is the first game the Raptors have had rescheduled due to COVID-19.

They had mostly managed to avoid the global pandemic, as one of just four teams in the NBA who hadn’t had a game postponed until now.

Due to Canada’s border regulations around COVID-19, and health and safety measures in Toronto, the Raptors are playing their home games out of Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla.

Assistant Sergio Scariolo coached Friday’s 122-111 win over Houston  

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 28, 2021.

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