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Services & Departments

Roads Department

The Roads Department for the Township of Tudor and Cashel is committed to the constant upgrading and continued maintenance of our many roads.  The Office is located at 593 Weslemkoon Lake Road.

The Roads Superintendent is Glenn Hagerman.  He can be reached at 613-474-2798, by email at roads@tudorandcashel.com, or through the Administrative Office at 613-474-2583.

The Roads crew are as follows:  

             Randy Donaldson

             Rodney Niemen

             Scott Adams  

             Neil Keller

Be Ready for Winter Weather

The main objective of the Snow Clearing and Removal program is to provide safe, passable roads so that the public can travel throughout the Municipality in a safe and efficient manner during the winter months. As well, as facilitates the handling of emergencies by  fire and police departments and allows safe passage of school busses.

The Township provides winter maintenance to more than 91 km of Township roads.

 

Allow the Plow!

We all want our road cleared of snow quickly, but nothing slows down the work of snow plows more than vehicles parked on the roads and in turn arounds.

Frequently Asked Questions

Roads questions

How Can You Help?

Roads

  • Keep your cars off the road during snow clearing;
  • remove snow onto lawns and not on the road when clearing driveways 

Snow being shoveled onto public roadways can lead to more work for the Roads crew, as well as it is prohibitted.

Tudor and Cashel residents are reminded of proper snow removal techniques. 

DO NOT place snow from your driveway or entrances onto municipal property. There are a variety of issues that can occur from residents putting snow on municipal property,

  • It leads to earlier narrowing of roadways, excessive amounts of snow on the roadway, which would have to be removed through snow removal operations. In certain instances people are clearing their driveways completely across the municipal road and into the ditch. In the spring time it could lead to drainage issues.
  • When snow is plowed across the roadways the potential of leaving windrows may cause persons travelling on the roadway blind to the excessive or possible frozen snow that could cause an accident.

All snow should be shoveled to the sides of the driveway, or onto the resident's yard in order to prevent any issues.

Thank You for your cooperation,

 

2017 Proposed Road Work

 

Cleveland Road is on the Road Crews’ radar for the spring/summer of 2017.  This road will be ditched, brushed, widened, culverts replaced or new culverts added where required, rocks removed where necessary and additional gravel is to be applied where required.   (Note:  any/all work is subject to budget constraints)

 

In 2016 Stoney Settlement Road and part of Cleveland Road were worked on, new culverts, ditching and brushing have made a noticeable difference in these roads.

We are trying to be prepared for what could be a very wet spring. Please be aware that in the event of a fast thaw there is the posibility of flooding and damaged roads. Please stay alert. The Roads crew will do thier best to keep the roads in a passable state.

Continuous upgrades and culvert replacement and some additional culverts will be added throughout 2017 on as many roads as can be completed within budget constraints.

 

Note:   All road work is completed as part of the Township Roads Department 10 Year Plan.

 

 

The hours of work for our Roads Crew for the winter season are as follows:

 

Days

Winter Hours

Monday

7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday

7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday

7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thursday

7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday

7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


Unless otherwise stated the winter schedule begins in November 15th to April 14th.   

Note:  During the winter all employees of the Roads team are on call every weekend.  

 

The hours of work for the Roads Crew for the summer season are as follows:

 

Days

Summer Hours

Monday

6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday

6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday

6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Thursday

6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Friday

Off

 

Unless otherwise stated the summer schedule begins April 15th to November 14th.

 

 

 

Entrance Permit

 

The Township of Tudor and Cashel requires a permit for the construction of an entrance off of any municipal road way.  The proposed area for the entrance needs to be marked.  The entrance permit form will need to be completed, and applicable fees paid.  Return the completed form and fee to the Township of Tudor and Cashel.  The Roads Superintendent will inspect the proposed site and inform the applicant of any concerns.  

Click here for Entrance Permit Form
 

 

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