The safety of road users is a priority in Whistler, particularly the safety of pedestrians and cyclists. Municipal roads are maintained by the Resort Municipality of Whistler, while the Ministry of Transportation is responsible for the maintenance of Highway 99.
The Roads Department is responsible for road maintenance and snow clearing of approximately 70 kilometres of road surface. Report an issue on a municipal road 604 935 8300 or email the Roads Department.
Snow clearing on municipal roads is prioritized as follows:
- Primary routes, including transit and school bus routes, subdivisions, main accesses to the highway, Whistler Village, and the Day Lots, are cleared first, starting at 4:30 a.m.
- Secondary routes are cleared starting from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Maintenance of private roads, such as those through strata complexes, is the responsibility of private strata councils.
Highway 99 is the responsibility of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, and snow clearing/maintenance in Whistler is completed by Mainroad Howe Sound Contracting. Mainroad is responsible for the highway maintenance north of Function Junction.
Traffic lights along Highway 99 are fitted with smart technology to alleviate congestion. During busy periods, green light times may extend to help keep traffic moving.
Winter road conditions and increased traffic can result in slow moving traffic.
Check current Highway 99 road conditions:
- Visit DriveBC or phone 1-800-550-HWYS (4997)
To report a problem on Highway 99 / Sea-to-Sky Highway, please contact:
Miller Capilano Highway Services Ltd
1 866 918-1010
Parking on municipal roads
Find regulations for parking on municipal roads in residential neighbourhoods.
Learn about winter parking regulations in Whistler's neighbourhoods.
Report issues on municipal roads
To report road issues on roads (excluding Highway 99 and private strata roads) with potholes, broken signs, snow removal, or street light outages contact: