CN’s annual vegetation control program is underway in the County. Certified applicators will be applying herbicides on and around the railway tracks and other areas of the right of way where necessary for safety purposes.
March marks the start of the County's spring graveling program.
Addressing is integral to the County’s Geographic Information System, the 911 emergency response system and other essential services. Regular addressing updates are forwarded to the 911 control center to ensure that they have the most current information and are able to effectively coordinate a response in all emergency situations.
The County is home to more than two hundred bridges of various size and structure. Regular care and maintenance of these structures fall under the purview of the Public Works department.
Road bans are an effective tool for preventing road damage, reducing maintenance costs and ensuring routes are safe for all motorists. Some roads in the County are more prone to damage than others based on factors like poor drainage and weather conditions.
Public Works provides engineering, operations and maintenance services for County roadways. This department oversees the day-to-day administration, supervision and maintenance of County infrastructure.