District of Barriere takes over road maintenance

District of Barriere fully responsible for roads within the District boundaries, with the exception of Highway 5

Argo Road Maintenance previously responsible for maintaining roads in Barriere will still take care of Highway 5.

As of Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, the District of Barriere became fully responsible for roads within the District boundaries, with the exception of Highway 5.

If you have any general road’s questions or issues, please contact the District office at 250-672-9751 during regular business hours.

For urgent matters occurring after hours, simply call the District phone number and follow the prompts for Water and Roads emergencies.

You will be connected to our on call service provider who in turn will contact the appropriate responder to deal with your issue.  Urgent matters primarily include matters of potential public safety such as:

· A stop sign down/missing

· Blockage of the travelled portion of the road (e.g. tree down, road kill, broken down vehicle abandoned…)

Calls regarding maintenance on Highway #5 can still be made to Argo Road Maintenance at 1-800-661-2025.

 

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