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At the County of Wellington maintenance is broken into four distinctive sections which are
There are four maintenance service areas in the County, each staffed by a foreman, a sub-foreman and equipment operators. There are two garages in each maintenance area.
7468 Wellington Road 51
7404 Wellington Road 34
8436 Wellington Road 124
9506 Wellington Road 124
399 Eliza Street
9160 Wellington Road 5
30 John Street
7454 Wellington Road 21
In non-winter months, regular roads operations take place from Monday to Thursday 7 am to 4:30 pm, and Friday from 7 am to 11 am. During the non-winter months, during regular office hours, contact the Roads Division to have your inquiry dispatched to the appropriate garage. In the winter months, from approximately mid-November to mid-April, a 24-7 radio dispatch phone number is available for the public to use to find out about winter road conditions on Wellington County roads. In the winter months, the workforce is supplemented with additional equipment operators, to allow a generally 24-hour service, seven days a week.
The purpose of road surface management is to delay road deterioration and extend the life of pavements by repairing minor road defects.Key road surface management operations include:
The purpose of road maintenance is to keep roadside areas in a tidy and safe condition. Key roadside maintenance operations include:
The County of Wellington intends to control weeds along the following County roadsides under their jurisdiction: all County roads within the Town of Erin, Township ofGuelph/Eramosa, Township of Puslinch and in the Township of Centre Wellington - WR18, WR21, WR22, WR26, WR29.
We will be using a combination of the following herbicides,Clearview Reg.#29752, Active Ingredients Metsulfuron-Methyl and Aminopyralid (present as potassium salt). Or Escort Reg.#23005 Active ingredient Metsulfuron-Methyl and Overdrive Reg.#30065 Active ingredient Difluenzopyr (present as sodium salt) and Dicamba (present as sodium salt). All products are registered under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada).
Commencing , May 12, 2014 weather permitting and ending June 30, 2014
The purpose of drainage and structure maintenance is to prevent flooding by directing surface waters appropriately and to maintain bridges and culverts for the safety of the motoring public.The key drainage and structure maintenance operations include: