Roads & Bridges

Overview

Contacts for Roads & Bridges

Responsibilities

Publications

 

Overview

The Roads Department is responsible for 636 kilometres of road built over the last one hundred years, and 230 kilometres of former Provincial Highway delegated to the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville from 1993 thru to 1997 for a total of 866 kilometres of paved highway. Road assets also include 85 bridges and 34 major culverts.

Contact for Roads & Bridges

Manager of Engineering and Construction - Email

 

Responsibilities

The Roads Department is busy year round providing services in areas such as:

  • Contract Administration of Construction Projects Under County Jurisdiction
  • Tendering of County Owned Capital Works Projects
  • Fleet Tendering
  • Maintenance & Rebuilding of County Roads
  • Winter Maintenance
  • Traffic Counts
  • Issuance of Moving Permits and Entranceway Permits
  • Pavement Marking
  • Signage
  • Preparation of By-laws, Deeds, Road Right-of-Way

An outside workforce of over thirty (30) personnel are located throughout the County and coordinated by four Patrol Supervisors.

 

The Roads Department is responsible for fleet support and maintenance of vehicles and equipment from various departments within the United Counties as well as maintaining its own fleet of trucks and heavy equipment.

 

Publications

Four Lane Upgrade of County Road 43

  • Class EA for the Four Lane Upgrade of County Road 43, Kemptville Corridor Environmental Study Report - Prepared by AECOM - PDF Download

  • Appendix A - Recommended Plan - PDF Download

  • Appendix C - Existing Environmental Conditions - PDF Download

 

 

 

 

Below are links to PDF permits and policies:

  1. Permit Applications
  2. Roads & Bridges Policies
  3. 2016 Seasonal Load Restrictions

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