The Saddle Hills County Operations Department is responsible for the construction and maintenance of roads, bridge/culverts, drainage ditches, and technical services.

The County’s road network includes about 1,800 kilometers of gravel roads and 43 kilometers of paved roads. These roads are maintained in accordance with County policies and road standards. The County takes pride in the condition of our road network and the safe traveling corridor it provides.

The road network is outlined on the Land Ownership Map and is designed to complement the provincial road network.

For better monitoring of road maintenance activity, the County has installed a tracking system on mobile equipment. The County records various public works road maintenance projects in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The Global Positioning System (GPS) data and the application software of the GIS information system is used for management and maintenance planning.

Dust Control
County Facilities
Road Maintenance
Oilfield Development
Gravel Program
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