What is a Road Use Agreement (RUA)?
Road Use Agreement (RUA) protect our roads by helping the County monitor heavy vehicle traffic, manage wear and tear on the roads, and plan for future maintenance.
Farmers do not require Road Use Agreements.
To find out if your operation needs a Road Use Agreement call 780-939-8256.
When do I need a Road Use Agreement?
- If you are exceeding five trips to the same destination or project in a 24-hour period, or more than 12 trips over three or more days to the same project.
- Industry like gravel trucks and infilling hauls of clay, topsoil, or marginal soil.
- Oil & Gas operations including all drilling and service rigs require RUA for moves.
- RUA’s are required year-round, even when road ban season is over.
Begin the process
Applications must be submitted at least five business days before the start date of the planned haul. County personnel are to be notified 24-hours before the haul and not more than 24 hours after completion of the haul; 24-hours’ notice is required if a haul is discontinued then restarted.
If you have questions about Road Use Agreements and the application process, contact Roger Bergley, RUA Coordinator at 780-939-8256 or via email.
Over-dimensional and Over-weight Permits
Over-dimensional/over-weight permits must be applied for through the Alberta Transportation permitting system TRAVIS. Sturgeon County will need to review this permit before you can travel on County roads.
This also applies to industry like concrete pumpers and mobile cranes
Report a Road Concern
Let us know where you’ve found a road problem.
Road Work Ahead
The 2022 construction projects.
A list of active road closures and maintenance activities in Sturgeon County