Construction process in Peel
Year-round construction is necessary to build and maintain Peel's sewers and roads.
- Construction planning process
- Search current construction projects
- Search current environmental assessments
What to expect during watermain construction
Watermain replacement may require trenches to be dug in the street or along the edge of driveways and lawns. Find out how we will repair these impacts after construction, and what else to expect if watermain construction is coming to your neighbourhood.
Who owns what?
Homeowners, the city or town and the Region are responsible for different parts of a property's infrastructure. Homeowners are responsible for maintaining the pipes inside their home and outside up to the property line.
Work zone safety
A work zone is an area on, under or adjacent to a road where construction or maintenance is happening. The Region of Peel, our contractors and all road users can work together to ensure everyone's safety while travelling through these areas.
Learn about how to play a part in protecting work crews.
Owner-initiated local improvements
Property owners can start a local improvement project by submitting a letter or application to the Region.
Get details on the local improvement process and who qualifies for this type of work.