The County is responsible for all maintenance and construction along the County roadways, subdivisions, Hamlets and bridge structures.
Please report any safety concerns or situations to the Public Works Department at 780-361-6243 or via email.
Did you know?
The County maintains approximately 1260 miles (2028 km) of gravel roads and 75 miles (120 km) of paved/oiled roads.
Litter Control/Road Kill Pick Up
Illegal dumping is commonly found in the County’s rural areas, vacant lots and roadside. Most illegal dumping is done to avoid either fees at transfer stations or the time and effort required for proper disposal.
Illegal dumping of residual waste is more than just an annoyance or an inconvenient eyesore; it unnecessarily costs ratepayers money.
Area residents are urged to report anyone suspected of illegally dumping waste material to Protective Services.
Road kill (dead animals) on county roads or right of ways can be reported to Public Works at 780-361-6243 or via email.
Brushing, Mowing & Spraying
Trees, brush, and grass growing in County road allowances may reduce visibility at intersections, block traffic signs, and create snow drifts. The County completes an annual brushing, mowing & spraying program to remove these driver hazards.