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How did they do this winter? Mainroad East Kootenay wants to know

Highways contractor Mainroad is hoping to get some feedback from East Kootenay residents as to their performance this past winter season.
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How did they do this winter? Mainroad wants to know. Mainroad file

Highways contractor Mainroad is hoping to get some feedback from East Kootenay residents as to their performance this past winter season.

The survey is anonymous and takes about five minutes to complete. You will be asked to rate the company on their commitment to applying sand, salt and other anti-icing agents; your perception on the timely removal of snow on major and secondary routes, and more.

Mainroad is looking for responses by the end of business on Friday, May 5, 2023.

Mainroad East Kootenay Contracting has provided highway maintenance services for this area of the province since 2001. The western contract boundary is east of and generally parallel to the Kootenay Lake; southern is the US border; eastern is the Alberta border; and northern is to the roundabout at Radium Hot Springs. Mainroad East Kootenay Contracting’s office is located in Cranbrook, British Columbia with four supporting maintenance yards listed above.

READ: Slow down for highway crews: Mainroad East Kootenay

READ: Highways contractor Mainroad seeks feedback on this winter’s service



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