School Crossing Guard Program

Due to recruiting challenges and resource constraints related to COVID-19, the City of Greater Sudbury is experiencing staffing shortages for School Crossing Guards. As a result, designated community school crossing guard locations may be left unattended. The safety of students is our priority, and the City will continue to regularly review and adjust staffing resources and service level needs in an attempt to minimize this disruption of service. If a designated school crossing guard location cannot be covered with a School Crossing Guard, a notice regarding a temporary location closure will be posted on this web page. City staff will notify the affected school(s) as soon as possible and request that they advise families through school communication portals.

Current Suspensions  

Gary and Montford, Sudbury - Tuesday, October 4, 2022 afternoon crossing

School crossing guards are an important part of the community. These dedicated individuals work every school day to protect and assist children walking across the streets of Greater Sudbury.

Locations

Crossing Guards work scheduled shifts, which are coordinated with school bell times in the area where they are stationed. In September 2021, there will be adult crossing guards on duty at the following locations:

Azilda

Marier and Notre Dame

Chelmsford

Errington and Main

Coniston

Concession and Second
Concession and Edward

Copper Cliff

Cobalt and Power
School Street

Lively

6th and C
6th and Main

Sudbury

Algonquin and Countryside
Algonquin and Field
Auger and Hawthorne
Baker and Lansdowne
Bancroft and Third
Bancroft and Wilfred
Bruce and Dell
Frood and Lansdowne
Frood and Schevchenko
Gary and Montford
Walford Road

For questions and comments about the School Crossing Program, please contact 705-675-3333 or transit@greatersudbury.ca.