Plan for and manage the provision of safe, sustainable and effective transportation, water distribution, wastewater collection and storm drainage systems that are affordable to construct operate and maintain, are socially and environmentally responsible and meet the long-term need of a growing community.
General Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed Statutory Holidays
Main Contact Information
1. Management of the city's roadway network, including:
- traffic impact and transportation network studies
- construction of bridges, roads, sidewalks and lanes
- installation of pavement markings, traffic signs and on-street parking
- installation and operation of traffic and pedestrian signals, central computerized signal control and traffic surveillance cameras, and
- administration of speed limits, truck routes and the high-wide load corridor.
2. Planning, design, and construction of the city's water distribution, storage, and pumping facilities, wastewater collection and storm drainage systems.
3. Administration of customer requests for city services related to property access, sanitary, storm and water connections, easement agreements, building grade certificates, encroachment agreements, development agreements, and use of streets. Inspect road and utility construction to ensure that contracts are honoured and City interests are protected.
4. Management of department staff and other resources, including professional engineering consultants and private contractors involved with City and private development and construction of roads and utilities.
5. Maintenance and development of Engineering record drawing, mapping, signage, and infrastructure database systems.
6. Administration of Provincial and Federal cost sharing programs, City By-laws, Council and Department policies, reports, and correspondence relative to the Engineering Services Department functions.