Construction projects in Peel
Every year we take on construction projects to maintain our water, wastewater, Regional roads and transportation systems, and to build new infrastructure.
Water and wastewater work delivers safe and clean drinking water every time you turn on your tap. When you flush your toilet or take a shower, our systems make sure the wastewater goes where is it should.
Roads, transportation and infrastructure work provide safe, reliable and efficient movement for all road users in our community.
Is there a Region construction project taking place in your neighbourhood that you would like some more information about? View a complete list of the watermain, sanitary sewer and Regional road projects.
Major construction projects
- Burnhamthorpe Water Project, Mississauga
- Dixie Area Project, Brampton
- Bovaird Road, Brampton construction timeline
- Mayfield Road, Brampton and Caledon construction timeline
- Highway 401 expansion project
Other construction projects in Peel
There may be construction in your neighbourhood that isn’t part of a Region of Peel project. You can view a complete list other construction happening in Peel.
- City of Brampton
- Town of Caledon
- City of Mississauga
- Ministry of Transportation – bridges and highways
Ownership and maintenance of infrastructure around your property is divided between the home owner, the city or town and Region of Peel. As a homeowner, you are responsible for the maintenance of pipes that fall on the private side of the property line.
Visit the City of Mississauga's Who Owns What page to see a helpful illustration that explains the roles and responsibilities for home owners.
- Design, Specification and Procedures
- Vertical 3D CADD Standard (PDF)
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Facility Design Guidance (PDF)
- Municipal Drinking Water System – Legislative Requirements (PDF)
- Water Projects - Disinfection Work Requirements Checklist (PDF)
- QP Form 0764 Continuous Feed Method Watermain Disinfection (DOC)
Often when planning projects like road improvements and facility expansions or the installation of a new service the Region will perform a study called an environmental assessment.
Environmental assessments evaluate the impacts to plants, animals, soils, traffic patterns, and to the residents and businesses in the community.
View a list of environmental assessments happening in your community and learn more about the assessment process.