Moose Jaw – The City of Moose Jaw advises that the Narrow Streets Parking Project will be expanded to several city blocks this summer. The Narrow Streets parking project was launched as a pilot project in 2015, with one side of the street parking in effect between Henleaze Avenue and 9th Avenue NW, from Caribou St. to Laurier St. The project is a safety measure that allows emergency services vehicles (fire trucks, ambulance, etc.) sufficient access to properties on narrow roadways (a “narrow” roadway is defined as being less than nine metres in width).
“The project will help ensure safety for our residents,” said Rod Montgomery, Moose Jaw Fire Chief. “The National Fire Code of Canada states that fire trucks must be able to access one face of residential buildings. The project will allow all emergency services (fire, police and ambulance) to properly access residential properties and our Public Works vehicles also need the room to properly clean and maintain those roadways.”
Moose Jaw City Council has approved expanding the project to all city roadways less than nine (9) metres in width and one side of the street parking will go into effect on the roadways below (locations in bold will be changed in July, and the remaining locations will change in September). Narrow roadways on South Hill will be transitioned in 2024.
1. 1000 block Willow Ave
2. 1000 block 3rd Ave NE
3. 1200 block 3rd Ave NE
4. 1300 block 3rd Ave. NE
5. 1000 block Chestnut Ave
6. 1100 block Chestnut Ave
7. 900 block Chestnut Ave
8. 900 Block 2nd Ave NE
9. 800 Blk 3rd Ave NW (September)
10. 900 Blk 3rd Ave NW (September)
11. 1000 Blk 2nd Ave NW (September)
12. 1100 Blk 2nd Ave NW (September)
13. 1100 Blk Redland Ave (September)
14. 1200 Blk Redland Ave (September)
15. 1st leg of 1200 Blk 1st Ave NW (September)
16. 1st leg of 1200 Blk 2nd Ave NW (September)
17. 400 Blk Ross St. W (September)
New signage on the above roadways will be installed and parking will be restricted to the west sides, prohibited on the east sides, and affected property owners were delivered letters from the City of Moose Jaw in advance of the new restrictions. For further information, visit www.moosejaw.ca/narrowstreets.