Notice of open house: York trunk sewer and Paisley-Clythe feeder main project

Gordon Street to Waterworks Place

The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present 2016 construction plans for the York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feeder Main project, as well for improvements to Waterworks Place. Construction will begin in April 2016.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
5:30–7:30 p.m.
F.M. Woods (Water Services), 29 Waterworks Place

Why come to the open house?

Map shows construction route for Phase 2A workThis phase of the project includes the full closure of Gordon Street for a two to three week period, and impacts to some sports fields, trails and playgrounds in the York Road and Eramosa River parks. The construction route passes through an historical industrial and residential landfill.

This is your opportunity to see the project timeline and route, and to learn how the City is prepared to manage soil and waste material from the historical landfill. We encourage you to come talk with City staff and external experts about this project, and to ask any questions you may have.

About the project

The York trunk sewer Paisley-Clythe feeder main is a $30 million, multi-year infrastructure project. It is the City’s largest water main and wastewater (sanitary) sewer project. It includes the installation of 6.2 kilometres of water pipes and 3.8 kilometres of sewer pipes. The City’s 2009 Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan identified the projects as priorities in order to meet our community’s existing and future water and wastewater servicing needs.

The City of Guelph appreciates your patience and understanding as we complete this important infrastructure project. For more information about this project, including updates, please visit guelph.ca/construction.

For more information

Majde Qaqish, P. Eng, Project Engineer
519-822 -1260 extension 2225
majde.qaqish@guelph.ca