Public Notices

2019 Road Construction Season

Please be advised that the Highway 402 Structural Rehabilitation Construction on Contracts 2017-3028 and 2017-3030 is scheduled to resume at the end of March, location of work and dates detailed below:

 

Contract 2017-3028

Kerwood Road

•             Construction to resume March 25th, 2019 and expected to be complete August 23, 2019.

•             Kerwood Road will be open to two way traffic with reduced width, the top portion of the N-E and S-W ramps will be closed throughout construction.

Seed Road

•             Will be fully closed on April 1, 2019, expected to be re-opened August 23, 2019.

School Road

•             All work will be completed from below using 402 lane closures, April 1, 2019 to August 23, 2019.

 

Contract 2017-3030

Glendon Drive

•             Construction to begin April 1, 2019  and expected to be complete by November 1, 2019.

•             Glendon will be open to two way traffic with a reduced width, the top portion of the W-N Ramp and the E-S Ramp will be closed throughout construction.

Oriole Drive

•             All work will be completed from below using 402 lane closures April 1 to November 1, 2019. 

Olde Drive

•             Will be fully closed on April 2, 2019, expected to be re-opened by November 1, 2019.

Scotchmere Drive

•             All work will be completed from below using 402 lane closures April 1 to November 1, 2019. 

Glengyle Drive

•             Will be fully closed on April 15, 2019, expected to be -re-opened by November 1, 2019.

 

Detour routes for roads with full closures are attached.  Click on the road to view map. (Glengyle Drive, Olde Drive, Seed Road) .  HwyTec will be distributing letters to residents along roads with full closures and we will be advertising a public notice of project in the local paper.

 

We will continue to update you as we receive the information as these are not Township projects.  These are MTO projects.

 

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jason Felker at Hwytec. (519) 871-0033.


PRESS RELEASE - Speed Reductions in the Township

November 19, 2018 - Click here to view.
 


 

Middlesex County Seeks Public Consultation Surrounding Accessible Recreational Trails – Survey  

The following survey will give residents the opportunity to provide input and feedback as it relates to the accessibility of new or redeveloped recreational trails in Middlesex County.

If there are any questions regarding this survey please contact:

 

Sam McFarlane

Accessibility Coordinator

Middlesex County

399 Ridout Street North

London, ON N6A 2P1

smcfarlane@middlesex.ca

519-614-0620

 

https://middlesexcountyacces.survey.fm/accessible-recreational-trails-survey

 


June 28, 2018 - Township of Adelaide Metcalfe Logo

Adelaide Metcalfe – Following a Township wide survey conducted in 2017, the Council of the Township of Adelaide Metcalfe has adopted a new logo. The survey results indicated that many residents favoured a change to a more modern identity for the Township.
"The progressive decision by Council to modernize our Township image is vital," says Mayor Smith, "updating the Township logo is the first step in the branding strategy of the Strategic Plan".
The original Township crest was designed in 2001 as part of the amalgamation of the former Townships of Adelaide and Metcalfe. The new logo was created as a tribute to elements of the original crest with emphasis on the strength of the unified Adelaide Metcalfe.
Council will roll out the new logo this summer. The $30,000 donation received through the ‘Mar for Mayors’ program will be used to update the welcome signs into the Township and for the installation of community signs such as Buttery Creek and Kerwood.

welcome to adelaide metcalfe

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