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Snow Removal Maps and Programs  


Roads are maintained in a priority sequence, beginning with Regional Roads, arterial and collector roads, During a snowstorm, road crews will keep these roads as clear as possible to ensure the safety of drivers and allow for emergency vehicles to respond to calls quickly and safely.

Snow-clearing operations begin on these roads once 2 cm of snow has accumulated. Regional, arterial and collector roads are cleared to bare pavement within 2 to 12 hours following the end of the winter storm event, depending on snow accumulations.

Residential roads are plowed after the priority areas have been cleared and 10cm of snow accumulation has occurred.


With accumulation of 5 cm or more of snow, sidewalks and pathways associated with schools, transit routes and major pedestrian travel are plowed. These sidewalk snow removal routes have three classifications and are maintained based on a priority sequence.

Windrow Removal Program

We offer the Windrow Removal Program to help seniors and persons with disabilities living in urban Milton remove the piles of snow left at the bottom of driveways after the snowplow passes (windrows). The service helps remove windrows created during plowing following a snowfall of 10cm (4 inches) or more. The program is limited to 50 eligible residences, and runs from December 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.


  • Seniors 65 years of age or older who live in urban Milton
  • Persons with disabilities who live in urban Milton. Medical confirmation (a doctor's note) is required.
  • A signed declaration that no able-bodied person under the age of 65 is living in your home.
  • A non-refundable fee of $50 per registration per year applies. (Cash, Cheque, Debit)


Friday, October 14, 2016
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Milton Seniors' Activity Centre, 500 Childs Dr., Milton

  • Take Milton Transit/Milton access+ to the Seniors' Activity Centre to register. Regular fares apply.
    Call 905-864-4141 or visit Milton Transit's website.