Phone: (519) 867-2021
E-mail address for public works: email@example.com
Phone: (519) 867-2993
After hours emergency phone number: 1-888-441-4204
For information on water reporting, quality management operational plan, etc. please click here or on the water / sewer link on the main page of the web site.
The huge job of maintaining and expanding the Township of St. Clair’s transportation and utilities infrastructure falls to the Public Works Department. The pavement under our feet, the water in our glasses, the guidance of traffic signals – all of these services and more are the product of the great people in this department. Their objective is to deliver cost-effective public works infrastructure and services to the Township to meet both current and future needs.
The Public Works Department is divided up into several functional units: An administrative arm, an Engineering Department and an Operations & Maintenance Division. The Operations and Maintenance Division has two public works garages, one just outside of Mooretown and one in Wilkesport.
Services provided by this department include water, sanitary and storm sewers, drainage, engineering, road maintenance, waste management, street lighting, sidewalks, and crossing guards.
Please click here or on the link to the right for the Asset Management Plan for St. Clair Township.
Please click here for important information from public works on winter driving and parking restrictions.
Please be reminded that it is in contravention to the Highway Traffic Act to deposit snow onto a roadway, and the safety of the traveling public can be jeopardized with unexpected snow deposits from driveway clearing operations. Thank you.
If you don’t have a 911 sign for your rural property, you can order one from the St Clair Township Public Works Department. To order a sign, a completed application is required.
Return completed forms and payment to St. Clair Township Public Works.
For more information, please contact the Township at 519-867-2125, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, if your 911 sign is damaged or stolen, it is your responsibility to replace it.