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See the links to the permits in the Right-of-Way Control section on this web site or contact Jim Klaver, Operations and Development Technologist at 613.354.4883 ext.3226.

See the Maintenance of County Roads and Bridges section on this web site for details of which local municipality maintains a County road and local municipality contact information.
See the Construction section on this web site or contact Darrel Lott, Construction Technologist at 613.354.4883 ext.3273.
County residents are welcome to identify any County road or bridge related concerns or inquiries they may have by completing and submitting a concern/inquiry form online and returning it to the County for consideration or contacting the County directly.
See the County Maps section of this website.
For land use applications for consent to sever, minor variance or zoning by-law amendment you should make your initial inquiry to the local municipality in which the subject property is located. Your application will begin in that local municipality and will then be circulated to the County for comment as an interested stakeholder. See the “Right-of-Way Control” section of this web site.
See the “Right-of-Way Control” section on this web site or contact Jim Klaver, Operations and Development Technologist at 613.354.4883 ext.3226.
Contact Jim Klaver, Operation and Development Technologist at 613.354.4883 ext.3226 who will review the request for compliance with the County’s sign regulations and warrants of the Ontario Traffic Manual/Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
Contact the local municipality* where the proposed building or property is located.*The local municipalities for the County of Lennox and Addington are

 

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