Keep up-to-date on road closures and works on roads under the jurisdiction of the Township of Laurentian Valley and the County of Renfrew online through Municipal 511.

Through Municipal 511 you can find road information for many other lower tier municipalities in Renfrew County, the City of Pembroke and some other communities in Ontario who also use Municipal 511 to post road information. Municipal 511 is a comprehensive map-based road information management and communications web application which includes a common public map. Municipal 511 is also sometimes used to post other emergency information when required, so remember to add it to your favourites or bookmark it on your browser.

For information on closures on provincial highways within LV, including Highway 17, Highway 41 and Pembroke Street East which is also Highway 148, check out Ontario511. Ontario 511 is a bilingual digital traveler information service provided by the Ministry of Transportation. The Ontario 511 website has been designed by and for users to help people plan their routes and travel safely and efficiently across the province of Ontario.

Go to Municipal 511

Highway 148 Project

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is completing a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process for road improvements and works for Highway 148 from approximately 200m west of Angus Campbell Drive in the City of Pembroke through Laurentian Valley on sections also known as Pembroke Street East, to approximately 300m east of the Greenwood Road Intersection where Highway 148 extends toward Quebec.

The Study includes information on the detailed design, including: pavement rehabilitation to address poor pavement performance as well as intersection and operational improvements; pedestrian and cycling safety improvements; highway drainage improvements; access management; and municipal infrastructure (sanitary sewer and watermain).

It is important for abutting property owners, business owners and users of the road to keep themselves informed on what is proposed including: additional property requirements; proposed construction plan; extent of limited night work; and potential construction timing schedule.  Information on how interested persons can keep informed and be added to the MTO contact list can be found at which MTO and its Consultants update as the project moves through the stages of the process. 

For more information, download the Notice of PIC

Go to Hwy 148 website