Gravel Program

Gravel road maintenance maps and updates

Roughly 90% of Lac Ste. Anne County's 2033 kilometers of roadways are gravel roads. As such, the Public Works department continually strives to secure equipment, aggregate resources and crews for current and future road maintenance.

Each season, County crews maintain close to 500 kilometers of gravel road.

Road Maintenance Status

Gravel road maintenance updates and protocols

Gravelling status map.
Updated April 7, 2022. Click map to view PDF.

Maintaining County Infrastructure

The County's Public Works staff is responsible for maintaining the transportation network within the County. Maintenance of the County infrastructure includes road repairs, cold mix overlays, cold-mix patching, graveling, dust suppression, hydro axing, mowing, and winter maintenance/snow plowing.

The annual gravel road maintenance program includes:

  • road grading

  • shaping

  • adding material

  • removing washboards and potholes

  • dust control

Please note that this map shows a general summary of where County road crews have been dispatched within a given timeframe. This data is subject to change due to a critical event or other urgent infrastructure matter.

Public Works News

Road Responsibilities


Alberta Transportation and their contractors are responsible for highways 18, 22, 33, 37, 43, 633, 642, 654, 757, 764 and 765. Please note that the County has no jurisdiction over these roads.

Questions or concerns about provincial roadways? Contact the Emcon Services 24 hour hotline at 1.800.390.2242.


Road Maintenance Facts & Figures

Regardless of the season, maintaining municipal roadways is a huge undertaking. Explore this infographic to learn more about what goes into the seasonal upkeep of the County's range roads and township roads.

Remember: the Province has jurisdiction over highways and secondary highways — not the County.

Bridge Maintenance
Dust Control Program
Gravelling Program
Road Bans & Restrictions
Snowplow Flag Program
Snowplow Program

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