Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 03:00 PM
With more traffic and travel expected during the summer months, it is important that commercial and passenger-vehicle motorists alike understand how to share our provincial roads responsibly.
Commercial vehicle drivers:
- Remember to complete trip inspections to ensure your vehicle is in proper operating condition. Always carry required inspection certificates.
- Make sure that reflectors are free of cracks or dirt. Look for any strips that are worn or peeling and make sure they are not obscured.
Posted on Monday, June 06, 2022 03:47 PM
Municipal Enforcement Services is happy to officially launch the bike index program in Fort Saskatchewan.
What is Bike Index?
Bike index is a non-profit online bicycle registry. It’s a simple solution to prove ownership, to alert the community if your bike has been stolen, and to search a bicycle you've found so it can be reunited with its owner. As soon as you purchase your bike, or the moment you read this, go to BikeIndex.org and register your bike. It takes two minute, and the best part...
Posted on Wednesday, June 01, 2022 01:57 PM
Cycling is a fun, family activity and with the warm weather people are out cycling in parks, on trails and on roads.
Here are some tips to help make cycling safer and more enjoyable.
- When riding, cyclists have the same responsibilities as motor vehicles and must obey all rules of the road. Remember that cyclists may not be seen by people operating cars and trucks.
- Use hand signals to let drivers know what to expect as you’re riding.
- All cyclists or riders under 18 years of age must wear an approved...
Posted on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 10:47 AM
Speed limits changed on May 16 in alignment with the City’s commitment to the Vision Zero traffic safety program and the safe system approach to traffic safety.
- All unmarked residential roads will be 40 km/hr
- Certain collector roads (including Pineview Ring Road, Allard Way, and Greenfield Way) will decrease from 50 km/hr to 40 km/hr
- Some roads will increase to 60 km/hr
- Highway 15 east of 119 Street to city limit will increase to 80 km/hr
Learn more about the upcoming changes at
Posted on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 10:15 AM
Watch out! Tips for better riding and driving
Motorists are reminded to Watch Out for motorcycles on the road. May is the start of peak riding season and there are more motorcycles on our city streets, country roads, and highways.
- Take that second look to better judge the speed and distance of a motorcyclist in your vicinity
- Always check your mirrors and blind spots, especially before turning or changing lanes
- Allow extra room to avoid cutting off a motorcyclist and allow extra space when driving...