Access, Permits & Maintenance
The Lougheed Highway is maintained by the Province of BC. Concerns relating to traffic signals, potholes, road issues etc. on Lougheed Hwy, should be directed to Mainroad Contracting by calling 604.271.0337. This number is available 24 hours a day. For more information, visit the Mainroad website.
Road Access Permits
Road Access Permits are required when any new access needs to be made to the local road system (e.g. putting in a new driveway, culvert etc.). To find out more about Road Access Permits, please contact the Engineering Department 604.465.2428, Monday through Friday (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)
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Do you have any questions or concerns about potholes, dust on gravel roads, debris on roads, or icy conditions? Contact the Public Works Department Monday through Friday by calling 604.465.5454 or for after-hours Emergency Service 604.465.2465. Alternatively, you can now report non-emergency issues by visiting Report a Problem!
A Highway Use Permit is necessary for a variety of types of development and business operations, including:
Working together, both the City and residents can help keep our community clear of snow and ice so everyone can get around safely.
View priority route maps, publications, and our Frequently Asked Questions.
Keeping Our Streets Clean
As part of city street maintenance, the City of Pitt Meadows conducts a street sweeping program. Main routes are maintained once every month, and a full sweep of all streets is done in the spring and fall.
During sweeping, resident cooperation is vital to allow the work to be done efficiently and effectively. This includes removing vehicles, basketball hoops, and other objects from the curbside for the sweeping truck on designated days.
What is traffic calming?
Traffic calming is the implementation of engineering measures to influence driver behaviors within residential neighbourhoods in an effort to address speeding, short-cutting, or other safety issues. The goal of traffic calming is to improve safety and the quality of life of a neighborhood without compromising the accesses to residents’ homes and businesses.
These measures come in various forms to suit each unique scenario and problem, including vertical deflection (raised crosswalks, speed humps, etc.), horizontal deflection (curb extensions, traffic circle, etc.), and obstructions (raised median, right-in/right-out island, etc.). Together these safety features, along with traffic education , afford our residents a sense of safety in their own neighbourhood.
If you have concerns regarding traffic calming in your neighbourhood, review the policy below to determine next steps.