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For Immediate Release | March 26, 2019

Photo Enforcement Sites - April 2019

The City of St. Albert is sharing its photo enforcement Site of the Day locations for April 2019.

Enforcement is only one piece of an effective traffic safety program, which also includes Engineering, Education and Evaluation. Provincial policy requires St. Albert Municipal Enforcement to advertise select photo enforcement sites. The City of St. Albert advertises two photo enforcement locations daily; however, there are many more sites throughout St. Albert. As well, the City has posted a static and an interactive map of all RCMP approved photo enforcement locations. Click on the Automated Traffic Enforcement Location Static Map or the Interactive Photo Enforcement Map. Site of the Day notification is one part of St. Albert’s ongoing education campaign, which focuses on defensive and safe driving habits. 

Photo enforcement is expected to be operating at the following locations on the dates noted.

Apr. 1 – Akins Drive near Elmer Gish School, and Gervais Road near Goodridge Drive

Apr. 2 – Deer Ridge Drive near J. J. Nearing School, and Dawson Road near Langholm Drive

Apr. 3 – Heritage Drive near École La Mission, and Bellerose Drive near Evergreen Drive

Apr. 4 – Sir Winston Churchill Avenue near Sir Alexander Mackenzie School, and Sturgeon Road near Woodlands Road

Apr. 5 – Hogan Road near Sturgeon Heights School, and Villeneuve Road near Ray Gibbon Drive

Apr. 6 – Sturgeon Road near Red Willow Park, and North Ridge Drive near Natalia Park

Apr. 7 – Attwood Drive near Attwood Park, and Oakridge Drive near Oakridge Park

Apr. 8 – Sir Winston Churchill Avenue near École Marie Poburan, and St. Albert Trail near Rivercrest Crescent

Apr. 9 – Larose Drive at Bertha Kennedy School, and Giroux Road near Nevada Place

Apr. 10 – Fairview Boulevard near Lorne Akins School, and Villeneuve Road near Dennison Drive

Apr. 11 – Langley Avenue near Ronald Harvey School, and Sunset Boulevard near Sterling Street

Apr. 12 – Cunningham Road near Leo Nickerson School, and Sir Winston Churchill Avenue near St. Anne Street

Apr. 13 – Deerbourne Drive near the southside of park, and St. Albert Trail near Everitt Drive

Apr. 14 – Bellerose Drive near Oak Vista Drive, and Giroux Road near North Ridge Drive

Apr. 15 – Deer Ridge Drive near Muriel Martin School, and Sir Winston Churchill Avenue near Waverly Drive

Apr. 16 – Gainsborough Avenue near Albert Lacombe School, and St. Albert Trail near Green Grove Drive

Apr. 17 – Grenfell Avenue near Wildrose School, and Lennox Drive near Liberton Drive

Apr. 18 – Hogan Road near Sturgeon Heights School, and McKenney Avenue near Hogan Road

Apr. 19 – St. Albert Trail near Neil Ross Road, and Grandin Road near Gate Avenue

Apr. 20 – Oakridge Drive near Oakridge Park, and North Ridge Drive near Natalia Park

Apr. 21 – Ray Gibbon Drive near LeClair Way, and Poirier Avenue near Parkwood Drive

Apr. 22 – Bellerose Drive near Boudreau Road, and St. Albert Trail near St. Anne Street

Apr. 23 – Erin Ridge Drive near École Alexandre-Taché, and St. Albert Trail near Boudreau Road

Apr. 24 – Woodlands Road near Neil M. Ross School, and Giroux Road near Nevada Place

Apr. 25 – Grosvenor Boulevard near Sir George Simpson School, and Poirier Avenue near Pineview Drive

Apr. 26 – Cunningham Road near Paul Kane School, and Arlington Drive near Alderwood Boulevard

Apr. 27 – Deerbourne Drive near the northside of park, and Park Avenue near Poplar Park

Apr. 28 – Heritage Way near Heritage Drive, and Liberton Drive near McKenney Avenue

Apr. 29 – Hogan Road near Sturgeon Heights School, and Boudreau Road near Forest Drive

Apr. 30 – Mission Avenue near École Father Jan, and Giroux Road near Lacombe Drive

Watch for daily posts at 6 a.m. on the City of St. Albert Facebook page and on Twitter @CityofStAlbert. April Site of the Day notifications are also posted on the City website at stalbert.ca - search for Photo Enforcement Locations.

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