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The Region of Queens Municipality provides all needed maintenance to streets, sidewalks, and curbs within the community limits of Liverpool as well as sidewalks and curbs in Milton, Brooklyn and Caledonia.  During winter, roads and sidewalks within Liverpool and sidewalks within Caledonia are plowed and salted/sanded as necessary. To learn more about snow removal, please click this link . Public Works is also responsible for maintenance to municipally owned buildings, municipal garbage boxes, and numerous dry hydrants

Motor Vehicle Act of Nova Scotia requires that each town or former town in Nova Scotia appoint its own traffic authority to enforce certain provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act.  Adam Grant, P.Eng. serves as the Traffic Authority for Liverpool and Garrett Chetwynd, P.Eng. in his absence.  Traffic Autority reviews requests for road closures, parades, emergency safety plans as they relate to transportation routes, planned detours, traffic signage, etc. The traffic authority for all areas outside Liverpool is governed by the Provincial Traffic Authority and their Deputy Provincial Traffic Authorities.

Concerns with streets and roads outside of Liverpool should be directed to the Provincial Department of Public Works Operations Contact Centre (1-844-696-7737 or tir-occ@novascotia.ca).

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