ROADS AND TRAFFIC
Our Permits and Applications have moved! Click here for Entrance Permits, Excess Load Permits, Road Occupancy Permits, Adopt a Road Program Application, Emergency Number Application and Tourism Sign Application.
WINTER ROAD CONDITIONS
Click here to view the Winter Roads Conditions application in a browser.
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Location: Airport Road and 5 Sideroad Mono Location: Dufferin Road 124 and Dufferin Road 21
|Location: Dufferin Road 124 & Grey Road 4||
Location: Dufferin Road 124 & Grey Road 9
Location: Wellington Road 18 and Wellington Road 26
2018 CAPITAL PROJECTS
Below is a map of the current capital projects planned for 2018. Click on each project to view a description, estimated duration, and current status. There is also a PDF map of the 2018 planned capital projects.
|Planned for 2018|
|Seasonal Road Load Restrictions Removed from all Dufferin Roads, Friday, May 11, 2018|
|R1 Dufferin County Road 11, Amaranth||TBD||TBD|
R2 Dufferin County Road 109,
R3 Dufferin County Road 17,
|R4 Dufferin County Road 9, Melancthon||TBD||TBD|
R5 Dufferin County Road 23, East
|R6 Dufferin County Road 21, Melancthon||TBD||TBD|
S1 Culvert on Dufferin County Road 109,
S2 Culvert on Dufferin County Road 109,
S3 Bridge on Dufferin County Road 109,
S4 Bridge on Dufferin County Road 10,
Line painting is performed at various times throughout the year. Please exercise patience - do not drive on fresh paint. Click here for tips from our contractor on how to remove paint from vehicles.
ROAD LOAD RESTRICTION SEASON
Friday, May 11, 2018 - Road Load Restrictions on all Dufferin County Roads have been lifted.
Road Load Restrictions (5 tonnes per axle) occur seasonally based on weather and road conditions, at the discretion of the County Engineer.
The season typically runs from March 1 to May 15. Click here to view a map showing the roads that reduced load periods usually apply to.
For more information, refer to the Consolidated Traffic By-law 2005-32
ROAD NETWORK RATIONALIZATION PLAN
Dufferin County performs a review of their transportation network at an interval of approximately every 15 years to learn whether the network is current with respect to usage, growth, etc. The overall objective of a rationalization study is to ensure that the County road network (roads and bridges/culverts) is functioning properly as an arterial system and that infrastructure is being maintained to the required standards.
Dufferin County Public Works
55 Zina Street, Orangeville ON L9W 1E5
T: 519.941.2816 ext. 2600