Etobicoke Creek trunk sewer improvements and upgrades
The Region of Peel is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to identify, develop and implement a solution to address future capacity needs and existing sanitary sewer issues in the Etobicoke Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer, from Kennedy Road to south of Highway 407 in the City of Brampton. The study area for this Class EA is shown in the map to the right.
The Etobicoke Creek Trunk Sewers service a large area extending north of Mayfield Road, which is projected to grow by approximately 40 percent. Therefore, this study is to ensure reliable sanitary service is provided to existing and future growth in this area.
The study will follow a Schedule 'C' Class EA process, including: public and agency stakeholder meetings, evaluation of alternatives, identifying measures to reduce impact on the environment and a traceable, reproducible, decision making process.
Your Input is Important
Two Public Information Centres (PICs) will be held to present the findings of the EA and to provide an opportunity to give feedback to the project team. The first meeting is planned for fall 2019. Once completed, the results of the Study will be published in an Environmental Study Report, placed on public record for review.
Notice of Commencement
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For further information and to provide your comments, please contact:
Laura Borowiec, P. Eng
10 Peel Centre Drive, 4th Floor, Suite A
Brampton, ON, L6T 4B9
905-791-7800 Ext. 7681