Municipal Paving

Improve your community’s infrastructure with our first-class municipal paving services

Your community deserves the very best, which is why you should only entrust your municipal paving needs to an experienced Simcoe County paving company.

Whether you need a brand new parking lot for a school or a series of roadways to help relieve traffic in your town or city, consider the many benefits of investing in high-quality municipal paving services:

Municipal building projects such as schools, libraries, police stations, and other alike are typically more challenging than your run-of-the-mill parking lot, driveway or pathway. They require highly experienced hands, keen attention to detail, and careful coordination. Of course, municipalities also have their own requirements that need strict compliance from all parties involved—including asphalt paving contractors.

Professional Asphalt Paving Services For Municipal Roadways & Parking Lots

At FX Stone & Paving, our team brings more than 25 years of combined industry experience with all types of municipal roadway and building requirements, as well as safety standards. We are able to work closely with towns, cities, and governments to ensure that all paving work is completed to the unique specifications for the project.

Whether it’s a pathway for an elementary school, a parking lot addition for a fire station, or a roadway through a subdivision, we have the knowledge, experience, workforce, and equipment to deliver nothing short of a world-class result!

Invest in Your Community with High-Quality Municipal Paving Services

If you need a new roadway or looking to repair an existing asphalt surface, get in with us today at 705-333-7283. We can discuss your next project and prepare a free estimate!

FAQS about Municipal Paving

Municipal paving involves the installation and maintenance of asphalt surfaces that are under a local government’s control. This includes streets, roads, roadways, paths, sidewalks, highways, and surfaces for schools, universities, libraries, and other government buildings.

In most cases, the paving of streets and sidewalks is the responsibility of municipalities and local governments. Government officials and staff will determine that new paving is needed before hiring a local asphalt paving contractor to install new surfaces throughout the community.

Like residential, commercial, industrial, or institutional paving, there are several different paving methods that may be used for municipal paving—depending on the application. Typically, roadways and parking lots are constructed using asphalt or concrete. On occasion, gravel or interlocking pavers may be used.

To fix municipal asphalt, a local paving company must first assess the damage and identify the best course of action—whether it’s crack filling, patching, resurfacing, or another option. The asphalt contractor will then arrive on site to perform the repairs and redirect traffic until the surface can be used again

Whenever new paving is required, chances are that traffic may need to be temporarily redirected and neighbours may be subjected to higher noise levels. However, hiring a professional asphalt paving company, such as FX Stone and Paving Ltd., will help keep any disruptions to a minimum.

The amount of time it takes to pave a road ultimately depends on the type of paving that is required and the size of the project. Resurfacing a single street may only take a few days while installing a new highway system can take upwards of several months to complete.

While ultimately dependent on the type of asphalt, its thickness, and weather conditions, most asphalt roads are ready to accommodate light traffic within 48 hours and heavy traffic within several days.

Asphalt paving contractors use several methods to ensure that an asphalt surface is equipped with proper drainage. They may slope the pavement towards drainage points, use porous asphalt mixes, or install new drains and retaining walls.

Asphalt is more susceptible to water damage than concrete, and therefore, it needs a slope of at least .5% – 1% and as much as 1.5% – 2% in order for water to run off the surface properly.