Public Works

Director of Public Works and Utilities
Mike Raeburn
Email: mikeraeburn@townofhampton.ca
Tel : (506) 832-6089
Fax : (506) 832-6401

 

Construction Zone

Hampton residents can expect a busy and productive construction season in 2019. 2019 road construction/paving projects include:
• Kennebecasis River Road from Hooper Studios to Viola Ave
• Intersection of Kennebecasis River Road and St. Paul's St.
• Mapleton Crescent
• Randall Drive
• Pleasant Street
• Main Street from the Hall Road to Logie Drive (Work commencing on September 9th)
While the Town of Hampton is making every effort to mitigate their impacts as much as possible, some delays and disruption can be expected. Thank you for your patience as we work to complete these important infrastructure projects.

Works Department Policies

Paving Driveways or Landscaping Ditches: 

A Development Permit is required for the “Development of Town-Owned Property, including, but not limited to, paving onto Town Property and the building and/or landscaping of ditches.” A Development Permit is not required to “Build or pave driveways that do not cross onto Town property.” It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure that they have a development permit, however the Town of Hampton is requesting that Paving Contractors ask the owner if they have one before commencing a job, to prevent delays if we are forced to stop your work until a permit can be obtained. 

Please click on the link below to access this form. 
Development on Town Property 


Policy For Bushes, Trees and Branches of Trees 
On Public Land
 

1. All bushes, trees or branches of trees on public lands that interfere with clearly seeing regulatory and warning signs from an acceptable distance are to be removed. 
2. All bushes, trees or branches of trees on public lands that reduce the sight distance at an intersection so that a vehicle cannot safely turn from one street onto another, are to be removed. 
3. All bushes, trees or branches of trees not covered by #1 or #2, but on public lands, and causing a traffic/walking hazard, are to be removed in accordance with an annually prepared plan approved by Council. 
4. An annual educational program shall be directed at property owners to discourage them from planting bushes or trees which will eventually encroach upon public lands. 
5. Any trees in the Town of Hampton that are on Town property that are deemed by the Works Superintendent to be a safety concern, will be removed by the Works Department, after notice is given to the affected residents. 

The town will require an Easement or Right of way for drainage work to be done on your property.

Right of Way / Easement