Public Works maintains the following services within the municipality:
- road infrastructure
- parks and playgrounds
- cemetery maintenance
- property maintenance
Public Works Office 613-395-1241
Public Works Manager – George Burkitt
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Minimum Maintenance Standards
Equipment Rate Request
For those interested in possibly working in the Township, please feel free at your convenience to forward your hired equipment rates (i.e. price per meter and/or hourly rate) to the Administration Office or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Road Maintenance Routes
The Township of Stirling-Rawdon is committed to maintaining safe roads every winter with a total of 9 operators responsible for clearing snow and salting roadways, entrances, and sidewalks.
Sequence of roads maintained is based on road classifications outlined in the Ontario Maintenance Standards and the Township of Stirling-Rawdon’s Level of Service Policy. Sequence of roads with the same classification will commence with hard top surfaces followed by loose top surfaces.
The sections are broken down as follows:
- Northwest: 408
- Northeast: 410
- Southwest: 412
- Southeast: 403
- Central area hardtop road maintenance: 406
The Village winter maintenance.
- Street snow removal & salting: 409
- Municipal parking lots, entrances, & cemetery: 404
- Sidewalks: 401
- Building entrances, bridge walkways, & Springbrook sidewalks: 407