Who do I contact if my neighbour is dumping snow onto my property?

Snow being dumped onto your private property is a matter between you and your neighbor and the City does not typically get involved. If you have tried to discuss the problem with your neighbor and have been unable to resolve the issue, you can contact Beaumont's Municipal Enforcement at 780-929-7435. Please be prepared to provide any of the following information:

  • Identity or description of the individual(s) committing the illegal dumping.
  • License plate and description of vehicle(s) used.
  • Date and time of the incident.
  • Items or materials disposed.
  • Photos or video evidence if available.

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1. Which streets are the first to be maintained?
2. Why are cul-de-sacs cleared last?
3. Who do I contact with questions or concerns about snow or ice issues?
4. Who do I contact if my neighbour is dumping snow onto my property?
5. Who do I contact if my neighbour is not clearing their sidewalk in front of their house?
6. What determines the Snow and Ice Control schedule?
7. Why does it seem to take a long time for certain streets to be plowed?
8. After the street is plowed, who is responsible to clear the windrow (ridge of snow) off my driveway approach?
9. Where does all the snow go?
10. What type of equipment does Beaumont use for Snow and Ice Control on the roads?
11. The street was not cleared as scheduled. When will it be cleared?
12. My street isn't cleared yet. What if emergency vehicles need access?
13. Who is responsible for clearing snow away from fire hydrants?
14. Who is responsible to clear a pathway on my boulevard so I can access the street?
15. Can I dump snow onto a vacant lot?
16. Definition - What is a boulevard?
17. Definition - What is ice control?
18. Definition - What is sanding?
19. Definition - What is snow drifting?
20. Definition - What is snow plowing?
21. Definition - What is snow removal?
22. Definition - What is snow rutting?
23. Definition - What is a windrow?