Anyone who wishes to close a Town road for the purpose of construction (to less than one lane in each direction) must apply for a Temporary Road Closure Permit. Temporary road closures must comply with the current Town process, Alberta Highway Traffic Act, Transportation of Association of Canada’s Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada and City of Calgary’s Temporary Traffic Control Manual. Temporary road closure permit approvals are subject to weather conditions and time of year. Unless the work is deemed to be exempt, no permits are approved or issued between October 15 and April 15 of any calendar year.
Step 1: Submit a Temporary Road Closure Application to Civil Land Development, including:
Civil Land Development reviews the submission and within seven days:
Step 2: The applicant must provide notification to the community 72 hours in advance of commencement, as follows:
Fill out the application form and submit, along with all required supporting documents and $250 fee, at least 14 days before scheduled start of work. If the work is not completed before the proposed finish date, a new application is required. Extensions are no longer accepted due to prolonged project schedules.