Construction Projects/Roads Upgrades
Drainage improvements to Shetland Road have been included in the 2021 Budget in the amount of $170,500. This project will involve the re-grading of existing ditches and creating a new ditch that will outlet to the Gull River. The project will commence in the early fall of 2021.
Residents impacted or who wish to understand the project better may view the draft stakeholder drawings below:
The completion of the Sunnybrook (Main street) Bridge has been included in the 2021 Budget. The completion includes; repairs to existing sidewalks, traffic barrier upgrades, deck and asphalt repairs.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane, while Water Street is closed from Bobcaygeon Road to the post office.
The replacement of the Sedgwick Road Bridge has been included in the 2021 Budget in the amount of $1,142,160. The planned project was successful in receiving Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) Rural and Northern Stream funding with the following contributions:
- Federal Contribution of $571,077.76
- Provincial Contribution of $380,680.43
- Township Contribution of $190,401.81
The work will include but is not limited to; the removal of the existing structure, construction of a new bridge including foundations, footings, abutments, wing walls, traffic barriers and wearing surface.
The project is due to start on August 2, 2021.
2021 Hard Top Resurfacing
Slurry seal is a surface treatment designed to extend the life of asphalt pavements in good condition by providing skid resistance, restricting moisture intrusion, protecting the structure from further oxidation and raveling, and restoring a uniform black appearance. Slurry seal boasts quick construction times and reasonable disruption to the traveling public.
The following roads will receive a slurry seal in 2021:
|Rice Road||Clear Lake Road|
|Brady Lake Road||Tom Bolton Road|
|Prentiskoka Heights Road||Lochlin Road|
Not to be confused with cold mix (used to patch potholes) CCAP is a flexible, self-healing, high performing asphalt laid at a minimum of 50mm (2”) thick.
The following roads will receive a CCAP overlay in 2021:
|Howland Junction Road||Green Gables Road|
In 2021 roads receiving a double surface treatment will be pulverized, re-shaped, 100mm (4” of Granular ‘A’) applied, a double surface treatment (tar and chip) with a fog seal immediately following.
The fog seal, helps seal off any surface voids and raveling commonly found with surface treatment, preserving and extending the life of the surface.
|Scotch Line Road West (50%)|
|Bacon Road (2 Hills)|
2021 Other Major Projects
The 2021 budget includes $88,150 for the design and engineering of Bobcaygeon Road. This will make the road “shovel ready” for the 2022 budget deliberations or any future funding opportunities.
The estimated cost to complete the construction of this section of road is $2,000,000.
The 2021 Budget includes $68,000 for the design and engineering of Scotch Line Road. This will make the road “shovel ready” for the 2022 budget deliberations or any future funding opportunities.
The estimated cost to complete the construction of this section of road is $1,500,000.
2021 Gravel Resurfacing
The 2021 Budget includes $157,000 for the application of 100mm (4”) of granular ‘A’ to Bacon Road.
The 2021 Budget includes $129,000 for mechanical brushing for the following roads:
|Conestoga Road||Silverwood Road|
|Scotts Dam Road||Porkys Road|
|Wigamog Road||Voicey Road|
|Caribou Road||Spar Lake Road|
|Humphrey Road||Sandy Bay Road (Hill)|
|Pacific Road||Geeza Road|
|Vick Road||Upper Dutch Road|
|Denna Lake Road||Milburn Road|
|Sedgwick Road East||Sedgwick Road West|