Public Services Department

613-376-3027 x4331 or – Roads Inquiries

*For AFTER HOURS roads inquiries, please call 613-376-3027 and listen for the option to speak with our after hours service. The email address above is only monitored on regular business days, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and not on statutory holidays.*

613-376-3027 x4330 or – Facilities and Solid Waste Inquiries

Roads Study

In 2022, the Township hired WSP/Golder, an engineering firm to do a comprehensive roads needs study. The total project cost of $49,774 was fully funded by a grant from the Ontario Municipal Modernization Fund. The findings were presented to Council in December 2022 and are now posted for public viewing.

The study assessed the state of the municipal-owned roads in the Township. Overall, the Township’s network average ratings for hard surfaced roads were “Good” due to our ongoing pavement preservation and maintenance programs, and “Fair” for gravel roads. You can find a summary of the key findings, an A-Z list of roads and their conditions and the full report at The study provides accurate data to help Council make informed decisions when deciding which roads to prioritize for road work in the short-term and long-term.

Reduced Loads on Township Roads – effective February 16 to April 30, 2023

Due to current weather and road conditions, all roads within South Frontenac are subject to restricted loads effective immediately to April 30, 2023. Subject to Section 122 of the Highway Traffic Act, no person shall operate vehicle on a designated highway with a load that exceeds the limits set out in the Act. No commercial motor vehicle or trailer, other than a public vehicle shall be operated or drawn upon any designated highway where the weight upon an axle exceeds 5,000 kilograms.

All roads in South Frontenac are reduced loads except for Wilton Road, Yarker Road, Road 38, Bellrock Road, Harrowsmith Road, Rutledge Road, Sydenham Road, Perth Road, Battersea Road, Sunbury Road, and Moreland-Dixon Road.

Speed Limit and Parking

Traffic, parking and stopping on highways and bridges and speed limits under the jurisdiction of the Township of South Frontenac are all regulated through By-law 2000-01.

For questions concerning this by-law contact the Public Services Department.

View all of the speed limit by-laws to date.

Special Move Permits

When transporting heavy and/or wide loads throughout the Township, special permission may be required pursuant to Section 110 of the Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter H.8, and amendments thereto.

Moves may be made during DAYLIGHT HOURS, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and except between the hours of 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. or 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. when in congested areas.

For an application and more details on how to obtain the proper permits, please complete the form below:

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