The Roads Department is responsible for road maintenance operations throughout the Township. The department undertakes preventative and safety related activities to ensure the safe and efficient movement of traffic and pedestrians.
In total the Roads Department maintains approximately 483km of roads within the Township boundaries. Of those 483km, approximately 250km are gravel, 85km are hotmix and 148km are paved. In addition, the department manages and maintains 52 bridges and large culvert structures.
- snow clearing
- grading of gravel roads
- debris and litter removal
- dust suppressant
- traffic sign maintenance
- roadside vegetation control
The Roads Department also conducts preventative maintenance activities that protect the life the Township′s infrastructure. These activities include asphalt patching, gravel resurfacing and sidewalk repair.
The Road Department also reviews road entrance applications and issues permits once approved.
The main administrative duties are handled at the Township Municipal Office. There are two depots, one located in the former Sullivan Township and the other in the former Holland Township.