The Town plans to spend approximately $1.15 million in road rehabilitation in 2017. The following locations are scheduled for asphalt resurfacing and sidewalk concrete:
• 6th Avenue West (asphalt and sidewalk)
• 12th Avenue East (asphalt)
• Intersection of Main Street and Railway Avenue
• Various sidewalk portions throughout town
In addition, paving will take place at the Kindersley Regional Airport. A budget of $116,600 has been allocated toward paving of the Helipad Access and Taxi C.
The Town’s Long-term Infrastructure Plan assesses the condition of all road surfaces, rating such components as road cracking, ruts, and curb and gutter safety on a scale of poor to good. The condition of adjoining infrastructure such as water, stormwater and sanitary sewer pipes and valves is also factored into the projected work plan. The Town of Kindersley has a total of 75 kilometres of paved road surface.
Private property including parking lots and mobile home estates is the responsibility of the property or landowner to repair and maintain the roads. The Ministry of Highways is responsible for paving the approaches off of Highway 7 and 21.
2017 sidewalk work will include the construction of wheelchair access ramps and several portions of sidewalk.