PUBLIC WORKS/ROADS DEPARTMENT
The Public Works/Roads Department is responsible for the maintenance and upgrade of approximately 136 km of paved roads and 309 km of unpaved roads in the Township.
This Department is also responsible for the following:
- Bridges and Culverts
- Safety Devices
- Catch Basins
- Dust Control
- Gravel Resurfacing
- Road Patrols
- Grass Mowing
- Tree Removal
- Sewer & Water Services
If there is an emergency after hours (i.e. water main breaks, storms, branches over roadway, winter road maintenance) please contact the following:
Cell: (519) 490-5684 (24 hour emergency for all road emergencies)
OCWA: 1-888-522-0117 (24 hour emergency, for all water and sewer related emergencies)
Click here for OPP contact information to check severe Winter Road Conditions
Public Works/Roads Department By-Laws
- By-law 41 of 2006 Parking By-law
- By-law 5 of 2017 - Maintenance of Boulevards
- By-law 59 of 2011 - Tree Planting & Maintenance
- By-Law 64 of 2011 - Erecting & Maintaining Fences By-law
- By-law 49 of 2001 Property Standards By-law
- By-law 19 of 2009 Clearing of Land By-law
Transportation Website Links
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