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Translation - Explanation and Caution

The County of Lanark is offering text and website translation services provided by Google Translate™, a free service currently offering over 50 languages. Our goal is to assist English as a Second Language (ESL) users with a way to understand the programs, services, and information provided by Lanark County.

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Public Notices

Following are the current notices issued by the Lanark County Public Works Department:

Winter Road Maintenance Operations Notice

For information regarding the 2017 - 2018 Winter Road Maintenance Operations, please click here

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY OWNERS REGARDING NOXIOUS WEEDS

Please click here

PUBLIC NOTICE - PESTICIDE USE
Spot Spraying please click here

For information on ROADSIDE WEED SPRAYING which will be occurring in 2017, please click here

 

Reduced Load Restrictions

2017 Reduced Load Restrictions has now been lifted.

Reduced load restrictions (5 tonnes per axle) are in force every spring on those County Roads that are posted with the appropriate signs. When the likelihood of road damage has diminished, load restrictions are lifted and the signs removed.

 

ATV Bylaw Amended

Council has authorized a bylaw amendment that regulates all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and off-road vehicles (ORV) on county roads. In June 2013, the county adopted a bylaw regarding specific ATVs on county roads, excluding Perth, Carleton Place and Almonte. As of July 1, 2015, amendments were made to the Highway Traffic Act Ontario Regulation 135-15 that allow for additional types of ORVs and ATVs that meet off-highway industry standards, including two-up ATVs, side-by-side ATVs and utility terrain vehicles. These additional types may now travel along permitted provincial highways and on municipal roads where a municipal bylaw exists to allow it. County roads within Perth, Carleton Place and Almonte continue to be restricted. Please CLICK HERE to view the new bylaw.