Water and Wastewater

Posted On Monday, March 02, 2020

Henry Street ClosureUpdate 12:00 p.m. - Watermain repairs have been completed on Henry St. and the road has now been reopened.
Environmental Services have acquired emergency locates for a watermain leak at 105 Henry Street. Staff are onsite for repairs. Residents on Henry Street may experience reduced or loss of water pressure during the repair. While the work is completed, Henry St. will be closed at the intersection of Henry and Boucher Street and Henry and Marshall Street East with access...

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Posted On Wednesday, November 06, 2019

loss in pressureUpdate - The watermain repairs are complete and water service is back to normal.
Staff are onsite to repair a broken watermain at Algonquin Drive and Highway 26. Residents on Grandview Drive, Ford Avenue, and Highway 26 in this area may experience a loss in water pressure until repairs are complete.

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Posted On Tuesday, October 15, 2019

On-Site Sewer services will be Conducting Sewer Flushing and CCTV Inspections starting Tuesday, October 15.
Residents that we anticipate to be affected on October 15 include:
Ridge Road
Ridge Creek Drive
County Crescent
Meadow Lane
Fairway Ave.
Helen Street
Albery Court
For more information on what to expect during sewer flushing, please see our Hydrant and Sewer Flushing page.

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Posted On Thursday, July 11, 2019

20190715_130726_editedStaff have begun flushing Fire Hydrants as part of our 2019 annual maintenance program.  Flushing is conducted from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
The planned area of flushing for July 25, 2019 includes   on  Boucher St., Fuller St., St. Vincent St., Sykes St., Mckibbon St., Montgomery St., Highway 26, and Grey Rd. 7.
During this time you may notice a slight discoloration or cloudy appearance of the water, and reduced pressure if you are...

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Posted On Thursday, May 02, 2019

Map of Waste Water Treatment PlantWork has begun this week at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (35 Grant Avenue).  The work involves both the replacement of components that are at the end of their life expectancy, and rehabilitation of structures to extend their useful life.
This project is expected to continue into the fall months.
All of the work will be within the fenced area of the Wastewater Treatment Plant and there should be no disruption to traffic as a result.
Noise from the Plant can be...

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