Bruce County hosting Public Information Session on Paisley Bridge Replacement

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Corporation of the County of Bruce
Media Release
September 18, 2020

Bruce County hosting Public Information Session on Paisley Bridge Replacement

Bruce County, Ontario: Paisley and area residents and businesses are invited to explore a virtual information session about the replacement of the Teeswater River Bridge, located on Bruce Road 3 in Paisley. On Tuesday, September 22 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, this virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) session will guide the public through the planning and design vision for this infrastructure project, and will discuss options for access, detours, and noise. The public can also discover more about the Class Environmental Assessment, which is evaluating potential impacts on natural, cultural, social, economic, and built environments.

Join the virtual meeting and explore project information online at This PIC is hosted by Bruce County’s Transportation and Environmental Services Department and engineering consultant B.M. Ross and Associates Limited.

Comments on the project can be submitted to B.M. Ross and Associates, 62 North Street, Goderich, Ontario, N7A 2T4. Telephone (Toll Free): 888-524-2641. Email: Kelly Vader, Environmental Planner (

The Teeswater River Bridge in Paisley was constructed in 1935 and features rare cultural characteristics like curved concrete T-beams.

After providing 85 years of service to the community, this bridge is now experiencing deck deterioration, scaling, concrete spalling and delamination, joint expansion, and sidewalk soffit deterioration.

Construction on the Teeswater River Bridge is scheduled to start in the Spring of 2022, after completion of the Class Environmental Assessment and community engagement. Bruce County strives to enhance roadways and infrastructure in sustainable and innovative ways. Bruce County is an upper-tier municipality in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, made up of 8 lower-tier municipalities and 68,423 residents.

The explorers who visit, live, and work here are the dreamers who take roads less travelled and see tried and true as an invitation to try something new. Be an Explorer and call Bruce County home.

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