Planning, Maintenance and Replacement
The Infrastructure department works to enhance, maintain and develop County assets in reliable, sustainable and cost-effective ways. Its design, engineering and construction oversight help ensure the integrity of many regional projects.
All of the County’s capital projects that relate to infrastructure such as roads, bridges, water and wastewater systems, stormwater systems and facilities are managed within this department through its asset management program.
County Infrastructure Management
Safety Notice: Avoid Pushing Snow Onto Roadways
Violators face hefty fines
It may seem harmless enough — but when you push snow across a road surface into the opposite ditch or directly onto roads, you put motorists at great risk.
When vehicles encounter ridges or piles of snow on the road, they can easily lose control.
Featured Public Works Information
The Province is responsible for clearing all provincial highways. The County maintains range roads, township roads and subdivision roads. Public Works crews work to the best of their ability to clear County-owned roads under a variety of conditions.Learn More
Any property owner or occupant in the County can enlist the help of the Public Works department to clear snow from their private driveways following a snowfall. County-issued snowplow flags can be purchased at participating locations for $25 each.Learn More
COUNTY ROAD CARE
The County's Public Works staff is responsible for maintaining the County's 2033 kilometers of roadways. Work includes road repairs, cold mix overlays, cold-mix patching, graveling, dust suppression, hydro axing, mowing, and winter maintenance activities.Learn More