Operational Maintenance 

Each year Beaumont takes on capital projects that help maintain or improve the municipality’s infrastructure. Construction projects are budgeted for each year through Beaumont’s budget process. Please continue to visit this webpage for regular updates on all of the 2021 construction projects. Please keep your distance from the equipment and ensure children are not playing near construction sites. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation during construction.   

Hours of construction:

  • Monday to Friday: 7 am - 11 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am - 10 pm
  • Sunday and statutory holidays: 9 am - 10 pm

Road closures will be in effect, however, local traffic will be accommodated.

For a full list of current Beaumont projects, go to the Project Dashboard. Scroll down for Operational Maintenance projects.

  1. Pathway Closure (Sinkhole Repair)

    A sinkhole has formed under the trail. City staff will be repairing it over the next few days. Read on...
  2. Upcoming road closure and paving of Range Road 241

    The City of Beaumont is investing in improved infrastructure to help residents and businesses thrive. Starting shortly, Range Road 241 from Highway 625 to 50 Avenue will be upgraded from gravel to a paved arterial road. Read on...
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  1. Four Seasons Park Concession
  2. Line Painting
  3. 50th Ave Streetscaping
  4. Milieu Park Re-grading
  5. Montrose Park
  6. Park Upgrade, 56A St
  7. Asphalt Crack Sealing
  8. Street Sweeping
  9. Trail Sweeping
  10. Pot Hole Repairs
  11. St. Vital Church Hill Trail Culvert
  12. Township Road 510 COMPLETE
  13. J.E. Lapointe COMPLETE
  14. 2020 Neighbourhood Renewal COMPLETE

The concession at Four Seasons Park is getting an upgrade. This work will address two areas. The old asphalt around the concession will be removed, and replaced with a new patio. The trail from the entrance to the concession will be improved, fixing the grade and making it more accessible, including resurfacing.


Preparation work will start this year, with completion in 2022.


Work will be done by City crews.