The Municipality of North Grenville is inviting the public and key community stakeholders to participate in the review of the proposed new transportation policies in response to traffic related concerns raised by residents.
Under the direction from Council in 2020, the Municipality undertook a comprehensive review of its transportation policies to ensure that they are fully updated and address the various concerns raised by the community. The updated policies are an important step in responding to and addressing traffic concerns that will ultimately provide a safer, more effective transportation system in North Grenville.
These policies include creating a new Road Safety Strategy, Truck Route Policy, and updating the existing Traffic Calming Policy and Speed Limit Policy.
“We strongly encourage North Grenville residents and businesses to visit our website to review the proposed new transportation policies. These policies will help strengthen measures to improve road safety in our community,” said Mayor Nancy Peckford.
“Feedback is important to developing stronger policies that will help us significantly improve road safety throughout North Grenville,” added Councillor John Barclay, Public Works Liaison and Chair of the North Grenville Police Services Board.
The policies can be viewed at: www.northgrenville.ca/roadsafety and all feedback should be directed to Ryan Brault, Operations Superintendent [email protected] no later than Friday, November 26 at 12:00 p.m.