Two low volume roads selected for repair in Bracebridge
The Town of Bracebridge has selected two low volume roads in Bracebridge to be rehabilitated.
As part of the Low Volume Road Rehabilitation Program the two roads were selected to be repaired outside of the regular capital plan for road works.
King Street from north of Muskoka Road to the east end of the road will received road base repairs, drainage improvements and asphalt pavement.
Rodgers Road from Dawson Crescent to the west end will receive pulverization, base stabilization, drainage improvements and asphalt pavement.
The cost to repair both these roads is estimated around $100,000.
King Street will also have its sidewalks replaced for $15,000 through the Road Maintenance Operating Budget.