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UPDATE: Construction notice: York trunk sewer work continues

Update: Microtunnelling work is expected to start July 9. Eramosa River Park, Florence Lane and Brockville Avenue The York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feedermain Project is a multi-phased project to expand Guelph’s water distribution infrastructure and install a new trunk sanitary sewer link from the west to the east side of the city. Work in this phase will take place between Boult Avenue and Victoria Road, including work along the recreational trails, and a complete reconstruction of Brockville Avenue. This next construction stage will include 265 metres of 1200mm diameter sanitary sewer installation using microtunnelling technology along Florence Lane between Lawrence Avenue and Hayes Avenue. Construction to begin middle of June While work on this project has begun, work along Florence Lane is expected to… Continue reading UPDATE: Construction notice: York trunk sewer work continues

Notice of open house: York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feeder Main Project

Waterworks Place to Victoria Road The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present 2017-2018 construction plans for the York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feeder Main project. Work in this phase will take place between Boult Avenue and Victoria Road, through Florence Lane between Hays Avenue and Victoria Road, including work along the recreational trails, and a complete reconstruction of Brockville Avenue. Tuesday, October 3, 2017 5:00–7:30 p.m. Guelph Little Theatre, B. Slater Hall 176 Morris Street, Guelph Why come to the open house? This is your opportunity to view project information, including maps and schedules, and to ask questions about traffic impacts and access to properties including: The closure of the Royal Recreation Trail in Eramosa River Park from Waterworks Place to… Continue reading Notice of open house: York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feeder Main Project

City lowers Speed River water levels to install sewer pipes

Guelph, Ont., June 9, 2016—The City of Guelph is reducing water levels in a portion of the Speed River starting June 13 to install sewer pipes as part of the York Trunk Sewer Paisley-Clythe Feedermain project. “The Wellington Street Dam will be open for two weeks while crews install sewer pipes under Royal City Park,” said Majde Qaqish, a City project engineer. “Affected businesses and community groups have been advised of the temporary change in water levels and we’ll complete the work as quickly as possible.” Low water levels in the Speed River between Gordon Street and the Wellington Street Dam  are needed to increase visibility 14 feet underground to safely and accurately install 40 metres of sewer pipes. “Given the proximity of an existing watermain… Continue reading City lowers Speed River water levels to install sewer pipes