Fortis Crossing Agreement

Q: How do I report a burned streetlight? A: Notification of a streetlight failure in a subdivision or hamlet can be made by contacting Fortis online at service.fortisalberta.com/streetlights. and/or by phone at 780-310-9473. Make sure you have your communal address at your disposal if you report the breakdown. Q: How do I request a new streetlight for my domain? A: A letter asking why you think a street light is needed should be sent to Council for review or can be sent directly to ea@westlockcounty.com F: Does the county offer snow removal for private entrances? A: Yes, Westlock County offers rural people who buy a snow flag for a price of $30.00 (+ GST) to eliminate snow to evacuate their entrance by request after a Hold Harmless agreement is reached. The pavilion must be visible to the operator from the roadway and is completed after all major roads have been cleared first. If residents need a faster response time, a private contractor may need to be hired to perform the work at the occupant`s expense. Q: Is a landowner allowed to pervert the trench or otherwise dam the drainage of the land in the ditches surrounding his property? A: The purpose of ditches is to preserve the integrity of road infrastructure and not private drainage. A landowner cannot design the property in a way that affects neighboring land. Q: Do I need a grazing and/or crossing agreement? A: Yes, you could.

There are different categories among which a company or individual may be asked to enter into a malfunction and/or crossover agreement with Westlock County for all projects that involve working in/along/crossroads of priority. Road disruption and/or crossing agreements are valid all year round: F: Do I need a road disruption and/or a crossing contract? A: Yes, you could. There are different categories among which a company or individual may be asked to enter into a malfunction and/or crossover agreement with Westlock County for all projects that involve working in/along/crossroads of priority. Road disruption and/or crossing agreements are valid year-round: If you have any questions regarding a right of way or need a copy of the agreement for your property, contact your local country securities office or email us at property.services@fortisbc.com. If you have any questions about what is allowed by a right of way or how to request an authorization, email the FortisBC authorization desk in property.services@fortisbc.com or call 604-576-7021 or 1-877-599-0996. Unauthorized crossing or trenching poses a serious threat to the safety of workers and pipelines, as well as to the safety of others in the vicinity. The crossing agreement issued will contain information and instructions on how to safely cross a transmission line or work in its priority. An Alliance representative will mark your work area and monitor response activities to ensure compliance with the crossing agreement granted. To get an Alliance crossing agreement, please email us….

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