Keep Your Distance!

The City of St. Albert operates many different types of equipment that is used throughout the city to perform tasks, create improvements and meet standard service levels within the community. It is dangerous for pedestrians to approach equipment. Safe operation is necessary to maintain the good condition of our parks, facilities, roads, and utilities. Please contact Public Works at 780-459-1557 with questions or inquiries. Below is a list of tips to keep everyone as safe as possible when near City equipment.

Staff working near vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please stay back from road maintenance equipment. Please give staff ample room to operate, as machinery may throw up rock or other debris. 

Staff working near vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City vehicles. Staff may not hear inquiries over the sound of loud equipment.

Staff working near vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please stay back from tree equipment. Staff may not hear inquiries over the sound of loud equipment and cutting elements can cause injuries.

Staff working near vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach pesticide applicators. The chemicals used have the potential to be dangerous to those not wearing proper protective equipment.

Staff trimming trees

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City equipment. Large vehicles have blind spots and staff may not see you.

Garbage vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach garbage trucks. Collections arms may swing out suddenly to pick up garbage carts. 

Snow removal vehicles

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City snow removal equipment.

Snow brushing vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City snow removal equipment.

Stormwater sign

Keep your distance! The City of St. Albert encourages all residents to stay off ponds and lakes throughout the city. Despite the cold temperatures in the winter season, ice surfaces on City storm water management facilities are not safe for walking or skating.

Loader filled with dirt

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City equipment. Large vehicles have blind spots and staff may not see you.

Hydrovac vehicle

Keep your distance! For everyone’s safety, please do not approach City vehicles. Staff may not hear inquiries over the sound of loud equipment.

 

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Last edited: November 26, 2019