The council has confirmed that one tonne salt bags have been delivered to communities across the city.
Bags have been placed at 20 sites to give residents easier access to spread the grit on public roads and pavements.
They have been put down at Johnston Gardens in Peterculter, Loirston Close in Cove and Byron Square in Northfield.
Bags have also been delivered to the Park & Ride at Kingswells, Craibstone and Bridge of Don, the Asda car par at Dyce, Tesco in Danestone, the car park on Seaton Drive and Fernhill Drive/Road in Mastrick.
There will also be salt available at Regent Walk near Regent Court, Union Row, Leadside Road in Rosemount, Countesswells Road/Avenue, and a layby on Girdleness Road in Torry.
Aberdeen City Council transport spokesman Ross Grant said: “It’s been quite a mild winter so far and while we’re hoping this will continue, traditionally snow and ice appear in January and February.
“Our communities have been very willing in recent years to help and get involved, so since we cannot be everywhere at the same time, we have created more opportunities to enable residents who want to do their bit for their community and this year, for the first time, it includes making larger amounts of salt available in communities.
“We’d ask residents to be prepared themselves, by carrying out journey planning, ensuring they have the right equipment for their journeys, and having an alternative plan for transport if possible.
For more information visit the Aberdeen City Council website.