Good Neighbour Program

We want to be a good neighbour. We are committed to:

  • Using existing infrastructure instead of building new ones
  • Identifying routes that will optimize vehicle travel
  • Cleaning and repairing roads damaged by vehicle traffic
  • Limiting vehicle traffic
  • Installing appropriate signage
  • Assigning personnel to manage traffic, as required
  • Limiting heavy traffic during rush hours and school or community activities
  • Safe and cautious driving
  • Not using heavy brake systems (known as Jacobs) within municipal limits or near residences
  • Respecting noise regulations
  • Putting in place a dust surveillance and control system for roads near residences.

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