SIGNIFICANT WEATHER DECLARATION (pursuant to s.16.9 of O.Reg. 239/02 as amended)
THE TOWN OF MINTO IS DECLARING A SIGNIFICANT WEATHER EVENT IN RESPECT TO THE FORECASTED FLASH FREEZE, BLIZZARD, SNOWFALL, SNOW SQUALL AND BLOWING SNOW AS PREDICTED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA STARTING 10:00, 2022-12-23 AND CONTINUING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
USERS OF THE ROADS AND SIDEWALKS WITHING THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE TOWN OF MINTO ARE ADVISED TO AVOID UNNECESSARY TRAVEL AND TO USE CAUTION IF DOING SO
What is a Significant Weather Event?
A municipality can declare a Significant Weather Event when a weather hazard is approaching or occurring and has the potential to pose a significant danger to users of roads and sidewalks. This will allow Township operations additional time to address the significant weather event and remain in-compliance with the Minimum Maintenance Standards regulation (Ontario Regulation 239/02 as amended).