Updated: May 04 2020
UPDATE as of 12:00 p.m., April 28, 2020:  The unpaved trails at Muskoseepi Park are now re-opened.
Updated: May 04 2020
Areas across the City are experiencing a seasonal increase in vole activity.
Updated: Apr 28 2020
UPDATE as of April 28 at 12:00 p.m.-  The un-paved trails at Muskoseepi Park are now re-opened.
Updated: Apr 28 2020
The un-paved trails at Muskoseepi Park are now re-opened. Residents are reminded that trails are in spring condition which means  conditions may be muddy with patches of ice and wildlife may be present.
Updated: Apr 20 2020
Seasonal reminder to report potholes, drainage concerns, and more online using See-Click-Fix here. See-Click-Fix is available for reporting the following:
Updated: Mar 20 2020
Parking bans on all permanent snow routes in the City of Grande Prairie have been lifted.  Snow operations continue to occur, but daily e-mail updated have stopped.
Updated: Mar 11 2020
March 11, 2020:  Today, residential snow clearing continues in the neighbourhoods of Avondale, Cobblestone, College Park, Fieldbrook, Highland Park, Riverstone, Smith, and Swanavon.
Updated: Mar 06 2020
March 6, 2020: Residential snow clearing continues in the neighbourhoods of Gateway, Arbour Hills, Royal Oaks, Northridge, Crystal Ridge, Lakeland, Crystal Lake Estates and Copperwood
Updated: Feb 28 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020: City crews continue to sand all priority roads and trails as needed Crews are clearing windrows in Cobblestone, Countryside North and Countryside South
Updated: Feb 21 2020
Friday, February 21, 2020:  City crews continue to plow priority 3 routes, as well as pick up snow piles in residential areas.  City crews are also actively sanding all priority routes. 

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