Public Service Announcement
Extreme Weather Conditions
EJ Broomfield Memorial Arena
CLOSED for Remainder of the day
UPDATED 1:00 PM
Public Safety Message
Information for the Public
Release Date: March 13, 2022
The Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay informs the public that due to the current and expected weather conditions throughout today the EJ Broomfield Memorial Arena will remain CLOSED for the remainder of the day.
All remaining scheduled events, including the TEMA Cup, have been cancelled. Organizers of the TEMA Cup will provide an update on a new date and time and the Town will help share that information once it becomes available.
Husky Park Skate Rink and Kinsmen Park Walking Path will remain CLOSED for today.
In an ongoing effort, Public Works Road Crews are continuing to carry out snow clearing activities on municipal streets. The Town encourages motorists to not go out unless absolutely necessary and if you do to drive with caution and adjust your driving with the current conditions.
Motorists are also reminded that the On-Street Parking Ban is in effect until April 30, 2022. Please do not park on the side of any municipal street at any time, especially during conditions we are currently facing.
The Municipal Enforcement Department is reminding residents and businesses of the Town’s Municipal Snow Clearing Regulations sections 16, 17 & 18, which states:
SNOW CLEARING SECTION
- During the period from the first day of November in each year to the thirtieth day of April in any succeeding year, both days inclusive, no person shall park an unattended vehicle upon any street within the Town between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 8:00 a.m.
- At any time during a snow storm and for twelve (12) hours thereafter, no person shall park an unattended vehicle on any street within the Town.
(a) No person shall deposit, throw, sweep or place any accumulation of snow or ice on any street, sidewalk or public parking lot within the limits of the Town, providing
that this regulation shall not apply to employees or contractors of council while engaged in snow clearing operations.
- Any unattended vehicle parked on any street within the Town in contravention of these regulations may be removed and impounded by the Council and the cost of such removal and impounding may be recovered from the owner as a civil debt prior to the vehicle being returned to the owner. This may be paid at the Town Office during regular business hours. Fees are recovery of towing costs and charges for storage until recovered.
The complete Traffic Regulations related to snow clearing can be found in the Quick Links section of the Town’s website or by clicking the below link:
Individuals who violate municipal regulations are subject to being fined.
Your assistance will allow our public works crews to widen the roadways safely and efficiently as needed when needed.
The Town appreciates everyone’s cooperation and patience as our crews work to keep the streets clear and safe this winter.