A permit is required to move oversized loads, occupy or close a city road, sidewalk or boulevard to conduct work or other activities, and/or to apply for a new access/entrance or change an existing access/entrance onto a city roadway.
Permit to move oversized loads
The Application for Permit to Move Oversized Loads is intended to regulate oversized load transportation within the Municipal Limits of the City of Quinte West.
|Application type||2021 Fee|
|Oversized loads permit (one month)||$ 64|
|Oversized loads permit (annual)||$ 255|
- Complete the appropriate application for the road occupancy permit listed below.
- Obtain a certificate of insurance, as indicated in the application form.
- Applications can be submitted online or in-person at the Customer Service Counter, second floor of City Hall or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about how you could be impacted by securing a road occupancy permit, view the Regulate Work on Highways and Boulevard Bylaws.
Right-of-way (ROW) work permit
A Right-of-way work permit is required for any work undertaken within the City road allowance.
|Right-of-way (ROW) work permit||$130|
Application for an access permit/entrance culvert
An application for an access permit/entrance culvert is required to apply for a new access/entrance and the changing of the type for the use of existing entrances onto roads under the City of Quinte West’s jurisdiction.
|Application for an access permit/entrance culvert||$200|
As per section 11.0 – Civic numbering and street naming of our engineering design criteria and standards document:
Section 6.0 states that only civic numbering by the City will be recognized, and under no circumstances will a legal lot of record be assigned more than one civic number.
Submission of a Farm 911 emergency access application will be accepted in place of an application for an access permit/entrance culvert for the approval of a secondary or additional access/entrance for a lot already assigned civic addressing.
For further information on any of these permits, please email the City of Quinte West Public Works and Environmental Services Department at email@example.com or by calling 613-392-2841, ext. 4912.
Emergency access signage (Farm 911 program)
The Farm 911 program’s goal is to increase signage on rural properties at currently unmarked field entrances. This project was inspired by the tragic loss of Emily Trudeau, a young girl from a local family who passed away during a farm accident. Due to the lack of signage, first responders could not quickly locate the field where the accident took place.
All rural property owners who have any unmarked entrances to their property are encouraged to apply to the program, which costs only $50 per sign.
|Farm 911 emergency access application||$50|