Commonly used Policies and Bylaws
- Approach Construction Policy 3203
- Road Construction Policy 3201
- Annual Equipment Policy 3211
- Community Facility Grader Service Program Policy 3220
- Dust Control Program Policy 3221 Application- (see Forms)
- Driveway Snowplowing Program & Waiver Policy 3223
- Rural Addressing system:
- Rural Addressing Bylaw
- Standard Rules of Rural Addressing
- Seniors’ Summer Driveway Grading Program Policy 3236
- Off-Highway Vehicle use on County roads and hamlet streets-Bylaw No. 212-16
- Speed Limits on County roads and Hamlet Streets Bylaw No. 224-17
- Children at Play Signage Policy 3240
- Recreation, Community Facilities and Historical Landmarks Signage Program Policy 3217
Road Construction Requests
Road construction requests may be forwarded to the County office or to your Councillor at any time.
Policy 3201 is used as a guideline to evaluate and prioritize road construction requests. Prior to September each year, Council reviews all road construction requests and prepares a priority list of roads.
Road Construction Requests will be accepted until June 1st for consideration by Council in the next year’s budget. Applications that come in after June 1st will not be considered for the following years construction period and will be delayed until the following year
The priority list is determined by the following:
- Residential access with school children;
- School bus route roads that would mean substantial savings to the School Division and reduction in traveling time for the school children;
- Residential access with no school children;
- Farmland access;
- Other requests.
Terry Shewchuk, Public Works Manager
Mario Drouin, Road Foreman
Catherine Cox, Water Treatment Plant Operator
Public Works oversees the maintenance and construction of the County road and hamlet street networks, water treatment plants, water and wastewater systems in the two hamlets and solid waste, which is handled at transfer sites.