Public Works - Ohsweken Infrastructure Upgrades Project
New Traffic Lights Chiefswood Road and Fourth Line
We're happy to announce that the NEW traffic lights at the intersection of Chiefswood Road and Fourth Line are now operational.
This spring Six Nations Public Works will be painting the new left-hand turning lanes, and implementing the advanced green on the north and south ends of Chiefswood Road. Advanced notice will be provided before this transition is made. Click Here for More
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Effective October 1, 2016
Public Works will be charging a $20 fee for each Construction Debris Approval issued, for the disposal of roofing, shingles and other construction debris material(s) at the Six Nations Landfill Site. If you have questions or would like to request a copy of the new Pre-Approval Procedure for Processing Roofing, Shingles and Construction Debris Materials Policy contact Six Nations Public Works at (519) 445-4242.
Public Works - Overview
Michael Montour is comfortable in his role as the Public Works Director and easily shares information about his department. Their services include road maintenance, administration, water, sewer, and septic distribution and treatment and maintenance for five elementary schools.
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Public Works - Safety Tips Message
Public Works - Important Message
Public Works - Going Paperless
Support Public Works in their effort to protect Mother Earth, reduce your paper output, for more info or if you have any questions about going paperless contact Public Works at (519) 445-4242.
Public Works - Increase In Water Rates
The Water Rates will be increasing from $1.35 per cubic meter to $1.45 per cubic meter effective August 1st 2015.
Public Works - Bridge Replacement Completed
On the morning of Friday, May 6, 2016 Bridge No. 5 officially opened three months ahead of schedule, due to the warmer than usual winter season, and thanks to all of the hard work of those involved. The Elected Council would also like to thank the community of Six Nations for their patience and understanding throughout the replacement and construction of Bridge No. 5. Funding for this project provided by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.
Public Works - Truck Fill
Station Now Pre-Paid Service
Effective January 2, 2017 the Six Nations Truckfill Station will begin operating on a pre-paid system. Pre-payments can only be made at the Public Works Office (1953 Fourth Line) Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am-4:30pm.
Customers are asked to contact the Public Works Office before this date to ensure there is an existing balance on the account. If you have already paid the required $50 key deposit, it will automatically be applied to your account.
For further info on the new pre-paid system, to inquire about your account or if you have any questions contact Six Nations Public Works at (519) 445-4242.
Public Works - Watermain &
Intersection Widening Info.