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The Town is reminding residents and visitors that off-highway vehicles and/or snowmobiles are not permitted to be operated on town roads, parks or pathways per the Town’s Traffic Bylaw.View on Facebook
There is particular concern that snowmobiles are being driven on roads and along the berms within High River. Residents and visitors need to be aware that driving vehicles on the berms and on other public areas of town is a safety concern to citizens and can cause damage to infrastructure that taxpayers will pay to replace. The Province and the Town have invested $200 million in building these berms and other flood mitigation projects to protect High River.
Traffic Bylaw 4310/2011 states:
No person shall operate an Off-Highway Vehicle as defined in Part 6 of the Traffic Safety Act, R.S.A. 2000 Chapter T-6 as amended, on any portion of a highway, sidewalk or boulevard within the Town of High River.
No person shall operate any off-highway vehicle within the areas designated as parks or urban reserve within the Town.
A person shall not do any of the following:
(a) Drive an off-highway vehicle on any property, whether publicly or privately owned, that the public is ordinarily entitled or permitted to use, in a manner that constitutes driving carelessly;
(b) Permit another person to drive an off-highway vehicle in contravention of this Bylaw.
Anyone in violation of this Bylaw is subject to fines under the Town’s Rate Bylaw.
Check out Our High River's weekly video and find out what’s Happening in High River this weekend (Feb 16-19)View on Facebook
High River Policing Committee OPEN HOUSEView on Facebook
Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
7 p.m. at the Highwood Memorial Centre
(128-5 Ave W, High River)
Meet your High River Policing Committee
and local RCMP.
Provide your feedback that will be used to
prepare the RCMP Annual Performance Plan
for High River.
Meet your High River Policing Committee, which is
responsible for the oversight of your local police, and
learn how they support and represent the community!