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The Streets & Roads Section is a portion of the Public Works Department within the Operational Services Division. This section is responsible for the maintenance and repair of paved and gravel streets, roads, and backlanes within the City of Brandon.
Hot mix asphalt pavement patching is carried out during the summer and fall seasons when hot mix asphalt is available from our local supplier. Cold mix asphalt pothole patching takes place in the early spring and other times of the year when hot mix asphalt is unavailable.
Street crack filling is carried out on various roads to extend the life of the asphalt surface when required. By sealing the cracks helps prevent moisture infiltration under the asphalt, thereby extending the life of the asphalt. When water infiltrates cracks in the spring, it freezes and expands, eventually leading to a pothole.
Gravel roads and backlanes are graded and gravel is added as required. A dust control suppressant is applied to high traffic gravel roads and backlanes that meet specific criteria for volumes of traffic.
To report a pothole call the Pothole Hot line at 204-729-2200.
Each spring streets and boulevards are swept to remove winter sand buildup and litter from our streets. The program runs approximately 6 to 8 weeks from mid April to the end of May and removes up to 1000 sweeper loads of dirt and debris from city streets using over 500,000 gallons of water. The street sweeping program may involve posting of temporary no parking signs, please watch for signs in your area and remove vehicles from the affected streets so as the sweepers complete a thorough job. Failure to remove vehicles may result in a parking ticket and/or tow.
Throughout the remainder of the summer and fall street sweeping is carried out as required.
View the street sweeping map here: http://gisapp.brandon.ca/webmaps/streetsweeping/index.html
Operational Services Division
Public Works Department Civic Services Complex 900 Richmond Avenue East Brandon, Manitoba R7A 7M1
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Phone: 204 - 729 - 2285 Fax: 204 - 729 - 2485
For further information with regards to streets & roads maintenance concerns or safety issues, please call the Public Works Department at 204-729-2285, and press 3 for the Streets and Roads Section. During regular business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), administration staff will assist you with your enquiry.
For after hour calls, please call 204-729-2284 and leave your name, phone number and a brief description of your concern. Staff will review your message the following business day, and return your call if required.
City of Brandon - 410 9th Street - Brandon MB - R7A 6A2 - Phone: 204. 729. 2186