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Director of Transportation

Mike LeBlanc

519-268-7334 x 235

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Transportation Superintendent

Jake McKillop

(519) 268-3602

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Roads Division

The Roads Division is one of the primary operating arms of the municipality. The personnel in this division are the ones you will most likely see on your roads. Working from our centralized facility at 4475 Traflagar Rd, the municipality maintains approximately 180 kilometres of gravel roadways and  180 kilometres of hard surface (asphalt and tar & chip) roadways.  This work includes everything from patching and filling potholes, to cutting grass along roadside ditches, performing road side tree maintenance, and rebuilding roadways. 

We will remove or trim trees that are dead, diseased or dying. Occasionally we will remove a healthy tree along a roadside if it presents a danger to the traveling public because of its proximity to the travel portion of the road.

During the winter season, Roads Division personnel perform snow and ice removal on your roads. They also coordinate the winter maintenance on sidewalks and on municipally owned property in Thorndale and Dorchester.


Fleet Services

Fleet Services are responsible for the maintenance and replacement of municipally owned vehicles and equipment.  The Municipality has a replacement strategy for all municipal vehicles. Our purchasing practices ensure that the best and most appropriate equipment is available for each Department’s needs. 

The current practice is to recommend the replacement of light duty vehicles every eight years, heavy duty equipment every ten years and fire equipment every twenty years.  The maintenance history of each piece of equipment is reviewed annually to assure that the appropriate replacement schedule is still in effect, and to ensure that we do not keep equipment that is costly to maintain relative to similar fleet units.

Municipal Surplus Equipment/Vehicles

Thames Centre's surplus equipment/vehicles are advertised on the GovDeals website. 

VIEW Stantec - Thames Centre 2015 State of the Infrastructure - Roads




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