Over 7,200 km of roadways in Winnipeg are clear once again as the City wrapped up its residential snow clearing operation on the weekend.

The Residential Parking Ban was lifted Saturday evening after two and a half days of non-stop operations.

"The City of Winnipeg wishes to thank all Winnipeggers for their patience and cooperation during the Residential Street Parking Ban," the City says in a release.

The Annual Snow Route Parking Ban remains in effect daily from 2 a.m. to 7 a.m. until March 1.

The City says that if some streets have been missed or only partially cleared, crews will return in the coming days to address outstanding snow clearing requirements.  Watch for temporary no parking signs that may be placed on your street. Vehicles parked in violation of temporary no parking signs may be ticketed and towed.

The City spends approximately $30 million to $40 million on snow removal and ice control annually, depending on weather conditions.