E-Scooters will be returning to the City of Chestermere on April 15.

They will be located using the official Bird Canada app in designated locations across the City.

E-scooters rented in Chestermere may not leave the City limits as determined by Bird Canada restrictions.

Where can e-scooters travel?

  • Shared Pathways
  • Roads with a posted speed limit of 50km/h or less

E-scooters may not be used on:

  • Sidewalks
  • Park trails not maintained by the City

Where can e-scooters be parked?

  • Park in an upright position, with all wheels touching the ground
  • When parking on a sidewalk, you must be at least 0.5m from a curb and there must be a 1.8m clearance for people to walk along the sidewalk
  • When parking on parkland, do not park within a meter of a shared pathway or trail
  • When parking e-scooters and e-bikes at a Transit Centre or Community and Recreation Facility, only park in areas designated for bike parking without obstructing other bikes or the bike racks; do not park in the car stalls

Where e-scooters cannot be parked?

  • Park in an area that will block people walking, biking, or driving
  • Block doors, emergency exits, ramps, handrails, bus benches, or bus shelters
  • Park in a bike lane, shared pathway, alley, or loading zone; on a bridge or in a median island
  • Park inside the City Facilities

More information can be found on the City of Chestermere's website. 

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