The Operations Department is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure such as roads, sidewalks, bridges, airport, traffic control devices, street lighting, crossing guards and fleet. The Operations Department is divided into the following divisions:
The Transportation Services Division of the Operations Department is responsible for administering the conventional and para transit systems. The conventional and para transit services operate Monday through Friday 6:45 am to 9:00 pm, and Saturdays, 8:45 am to 6:15 pm. No service is provided on Sundays or statutory holidays. The conventional system operates a one hour service utilizing three fully accessible transit buses. The para transit system is a service designated for disabled passengers and door-to-door service is provided on a scheduled appointment basis. Access to the para transit service is based on the completion and acceptance of an eligibility form that can be obtained from the Transportation Services Division. Construction of roads, sidewalks and bridges, airport, traffic lights, street lighting and crossing guards also fall under this division.
The Public Works/Parks Division is responsible for the general maintenance of the City's infrastructure of roads, stormwater collection system, parkland, greenbelts, athletic fields and islands. The day to day operations of the City's harbour at Tunnel Bay and campgrounds at St. Lawrence Park as well as City of Brockville Islands is also carried out by this division. The division is based at the GWMC, 251 North Augusta Road. All inquiries to this division should be directed to 613.342.8772 during regular working hours (7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday) and to the City's emergency after hours call number 613.498.1362 during other times.
The following are some specific activities carried out by Public Works/Parks:
Fleet & Support Services
The Fleet and Support Service Division provides centralized maintenance and monitoring of the City’s fleet of vehicles and operational equipment, including a long range fleet replacement plan.
As well as monitoring, maintaining and servicing the fleet for eleven departments, divisions, boards and commissions and EMS, the Fleet and Support Service Division also provides other services such as driver training, internal and external licensing, monitoring of accidents and vehicle abuse, welding, carpentry, accounting services, dispatch, and inventory control.
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