Blow Back Operations
Crews are working hard to open up all streets throughout the city during this state of emergency...
help for vulnerable residents
UPDATED contact information to request support from Canadian Armed Forces offering assistance to residents of the City of St. John’s who are unable to shovel...
The City of St. John's remains under a State of Emergency...
snow plow
Statement from Council on snow clearing this year...
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There are approximately 3,200 fire hydrants in the City of St. John’s that require regular inspection and maintenance, including keeping them free of snow.

Public Advisory

Downtown Snow Removal Fri. Jan. 24

Thu, 2020/01/23 - 7:00pm
Rennies Mill Road, Monkstown Road, Queen's Road, Campbell, Pleasant, Golf, Shaw, Leslie, Sudbury, Alexander, Patrick, Job, Newtown, Harvey

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All businesses and other community organizations in St. John’s will be allowed to access their premises as of 6 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 24 for the purposes of preparing to reopen.
The City of St. John’s will keep all recreation facilities closed until Monday, January 27, regardless of when the state of emergency is lifted.
The St. John’s Regional Fire Department appreciates the efforts of all during the recent storm. Given the challenges faced and the challenges ahead, we offer the following safety tips...
To assist with parking issues in the downtown and to get cars off streets as the clean-up continues, the City of St. John’s has arranged free overnight parking at downtown garages.
The State of Emergency will remain in effect tomorrow (Wednesday, Jan. 22) with a further announcement to follow tomorrow on its continuation.
The City of St. John’s is allowing an exception to the St. John’s International Airport to resume operations, effective 5 a.m. Wednesday, January 22.
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Public Notices

Application: 83 Duckworth Street

Tue, 2020/01/28 - 9:30am
Application A Discretionary Use application has been submitted by Brewdock Bar...

Application: 201-203 Blackmarsh Road

Tue, 2020/01/28 - 9:30am
Application A Discretionary Use application has been submitted by Big R II...

Application: 91 Shoal Bay Road

Tue, 2020/01/28 - 9:30am
Application A Discretionary Use application has been submitted by P & R...

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