Reduced Load Limits in Effect: February 15 - May 31, 2023
To keep our municipal roads in tip-top shape, Thames Centre has reduced load limits in place for February 15 - May 31, 2023. Watch for signs on local roads, and see the map for a list of roads with load restrictions in place.
The Roads Division is one of the primary operating arms of the municipality
The municipality maintains approximately 180 km of gravel roadways and 180 km of hard surface roadways
Duties include: patching and filling holes, cutting grass along roadside ditches, performing road side tree maintenance, rebuilding roadways and winter maintenance.
- The fleet service is responsible for maintaining and replacing municipally owned vehicles and equipment under the municipal replacement strategy
- Our purchasing practices ensure that the best and most appropriate equipment is available for each Department's needs
- We do not keep equipment that is costly to maintain.
- Report a streetlight repair or outage to our Transportation Superintendent, Jake McKillop.
Winter Road Maintenance
Please view our Winter Road Maintenance - Frequently Asked Questions
Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA) - Safe Driving in Winter Conditions
Planned road closures will be outlined in our Alerts service.
View the Middlesex County Road Closures Map
MUNICIPAL SURPLUS EQUIPMENT/VEHICLES
Thames Centre's surplus equipment/vehicles are advertised on the GovDeals website.