Transportation and Environmental Services

During this time of uncertainty, the Transportation and Environmental Services (T+ES) Department will continue to maintain its services with the exception that we will not be open for in-office transactions or to attend non-essential in-person meetings. Please consult the T+ES web page on the Bruce County website or on-line processes to access services.

If there is a service required that cannot be addressed through the website, please contact us at transportationinfo@brucecounty.on.ca.

To view the construction update for the Paisley area click here:

On Friday, May 1st, 2020 Ontario Provincial government approved Municipal Construction Projects to move forward in a safe manner.

The health and safety of workers is a major concern amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. During this time, all parties must place an increased focus on health and safety in order to keep job sites open.

All measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 should be done in compliance with requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and associated regulations and public health directives issued by the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

The Bruce County Transportation and Environmental Services Department administers a road system composed of 'collector and arterial' roads, which distinguishes  the County system from the local municipal road system. This system provides a consistent level of service between local urban, industrial, commercial and recreational centres. The Transportation and Environmental Services Department also coordinates Waste Management for the County.

Current Projects

Roads & Bridges Capital Program 2020 - 2024

The bridge, culvert and road construction maps and program identify tentative road and structure projects for the next five years. This documents are for planning purposes only, all projects are subject to County Council approval and priority may change based on condition of the roads.

Transportation and Environmental Services

The Department has approximately 650 km of road and approximately 148 bridges under its jurisdiction and is responsible for the following activities:

Roads and Bridges

  • Construction and general maintenance

News - Transportation and Environmental Services

  • Bruce Road 1 Re-opened – Bridge Flooding Update As of 9:52 AM 24 February 2018 in consultation with the Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority Bruce County is no longer undertaking 24 hour monitoring at the Teeswater River Bridge on Bruce Road 3 in Paisley
  • Update as of 10am on Bridge Flooding Bruce County Transportation and Environmental Services continues to monitor all roads and bridges under its’ jurisdiction for flooding and structural integrity.
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General Inquiries
Transportation and Environmental Services
Department: 
Transportation and Environmental Services
Location:  Walkerton Administration Centre Tel:  519-881-2400

Departments

Bruce County is a lean organization that is focused on providing high quality services to the communities we share and tax payers we work for.

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