Annual Permit Request Form for Vehicles with Ice Resurfacers and or Snow Clearing

PLEASE READ! IMPORTANT INFORMATION! MINIMUM 3 BUSINESS DAYS' NOTICE IS REQUIRED. REQUESTS RECEIVED AFTER 15:00 ON WEEKDAYS OR ON WEEKENDS WILL BE CONSIDERED RECEIVED ON THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS DAY. NON-EMERGENCY SHORT NOTICE REQUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO DENIAL.
After successful submission of your form you will receive a response indicating it has been received therefore it is critical that you provide a valid e-mail address. If you do not receive this acknowledgement e-mail then your request did not go through and you should re-submit. Your request will be reviewed and a representative from the Traffic Management Branch will provide a decision within 3 business days.
DEPARTURE POINT. ENTER A STREET NAME & ADDRESS *
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DESTINATION POINT. ENTER A STREET NAME & ADDRESS *
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Route Description *
Please provide a step by step description of the route you will be taking to your destination. Please be aware that the reverse of this will be your approved and expected route of return. The route must not use a P1 street, may use a P2 street as minimally as possible and can use a P3 street. Street priorities are shown in the following map. https://winnipeg.ca/publicworks/maps/streetpriority.asp
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Description of Equipment being Transported *
Please provide the Year, Make, Model, Serial Number, and type of equipment being transported.
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Organization Name *
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Primary Contact First Name *
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Primary Contact Last Name *
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Primary Contact Phone Number *
Area code & Number
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Alternate Phone Number
Area code & Number
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Primary Contact E-mail *
Please enter your correct and complete e-mail address.
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Conditions for Transport *
1. The permit applicant must ensure all conditions of the permit are being met. 2. Operator must possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s License with no restrictions. 3. Operator must wear safety gear: steel toe boots, safety vest, safety hard hat. 4. Operation of said vehicle must be restricted to daylight hours, (ie. hours posted between dawn and dusk on the Environment Canada website). 5. At the time of permit application, the applicant must submit a proposed route. The route must not use a P1 street, may use a P2 street as minimally as possible and can use a P3 street. Public Works will review the proposed route and approve based on these conditions. The operator may only use the approved route and may not deviate from it. 6. Vehicle must be equipped with flashing, warning lights, mounted permanently to the widest measurement of the vehicle. The lights must be in use while the vehicle is on the right of way. 7. Unless the vehicle is equipped with turn signals on the front and back of the vehicle, the operator must use hand signals for turning movements. 8. No passengers are permitted on vehicle.
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