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Stormwater Servicing Master Plan for Regional roads

The Region of Peel has completed a strategic and integrated infrastructure planning initiative to develop a Stormwater Servicing Master Plan for Regional Roads.

Notice of study completion

Master Plan Report

The Master Plan Report will be available for a 30-day public review period starting November 17, 2022, and ending December 17, 2022, in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Class EA process.

The process will provide the Region with a basis to make sound decisions to service current and future growth that addresses existing issues and the expected impacts of climate change.

The Stormwater Servicing Master Plan will provide an environmental and community focused vision to address existing and future stormwater servicing needs aligned with the Region’s Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) which identifies strategies to service future growth to 2041 and is in the process of being updated to identify strategies to 2051. This Plan will be updated in tandem with future LRTP updates.

Ownership of stormwater infrastructure is shared between the Region of Peel and its three lower tier municipalities: Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon. This assignment will focus specifically on the stormwater infrastructure located on regional roads that is owned and maintained by the Region.

This study is being planned in accordance with the Master Planning process as set out in Section A.2.7 of the Municipal Engineer Association (MEA) Class EA (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 & 2015). This approach involves the preparation of a Master Plan document at the conclusion of Phase 1 and 2 of the Class EA process.


The main objectives for the Regional Stormwater Servicing plan are to:

  • Create a comprehensive stormwater servicing strategy;
  • Develop computer model(s) to assess and analyze the system;
  • Establish levels of service framework to understand risks;
  • Evaluate the strategies ability to meet level of service objectives while balancing cost efficiency;
  • Develop an optimal implementation plan based on the evaluation; and,
  • Prepare a Master Plan document for Phase 1 and 2 of the Class EA process which will be made available for public review and comment.

This Master Plan is funded through a grant from the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF) of Infrastructure Canada. The CWWF is a federal-provincial program designed to accelerate short-term community investments, while supporting the rehabilitation and modernization of drinking water, wastewater & stormwater infrastructure, and the planning and design of future facilities and upgrades to existing systems.

This Fund is improving the safety and quality of water for Canadian families, while supporting a clean economy. Through CWWF, the Infrastructure Canada provides communities with more reliable water and wastewater systems so that both drinking water and effluent meet legislated standards.

  • Reliable Service
  • Healthier Environment
  • Protecting our waterways and ecosystems

Contact information

Public consultation is vital and key to the success of this study. We want to ensure that anyone interested in this study has the opportunity to get involved and provide input.

If you have any questions or comments or wish to be added to the mailing list, please contact:

M. Syeda Banuri M.Eng., P.Eng., Project Manager
Cell: 416-407-7860

James Jorgensen
GM BluePlan Engineering
Phone: 416-703-0667 ext. 7209