The staff consists of an Operations Superintendent, Shawn Hughes, and a Assistant Public Works Supervisor, two full-time equipment operators, a grader operator.
They can be reached at 724-5530, by fax at 724-2759, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
None at this time.
The Township is required to maintain the roads according to the Minimum Maintenance Standards on Municipal Highways, Ontario Regulation 239/02, as amended.
The Township’s Winter Road Maintenance Policy describes the maintenance standards and procedures based on a priority system according to road class and public need. Snowplowing and sanding/salting operations are initiated according to a priority system that takes into account the volume of traffic on the road and the importance of the road in the overall road system, and these operations are always well above the provincial Minimum Maintenance Standards.
2022 Spring Load Restrictions are in effect as of March 14, 2022.
The Township enforces reduced load restrictions on trucks to protect the Township's roadways during the spring thaw when road damage is most likely to occur.
Reduced load limits are in effect where and when signs are posted depending on the road and weather conditions.