he City of Guelph is hosting a public information centre (PIC) on Thursday, November 13 as part of a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) looking at flood protection around Stevenson Street between Eramosa Road and Elizabeth Street.
The second PIC for this project will present the preferred alternative design concept for stormwater management for the area, with an opportunity for the public to ask questions and provide feedback.
“We strongly encourage anyone interested in the City’s stormwater management plans to come to this information session, especially those living in the immediate area,” noted Ike Umar, project manager with the City’s Engineering department. “This is a great opportunity for our community to see what is being planned, and to speak with project staff about any concerns they are having.”
Thursday November 13, 2014
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Ottawa Crescent Public School, 75 Ottawa Crescent
The study area includes parts of Stevenson Street, Eramosa Road, Cassino Avenue, William Street, Elizabeth Street and Green Meadow Park.
The preferred alternative design concept includes:
· Constructing a new storm sewer on Stevenson Street from Eramosa Road Park to Cassino Avenue;
· Constructing a new storm sewer on Cassino Avenue from Stevenson Street to William Street; and
· Constructing a new storm sewer on William Street from Cassino Avenue to the outlet at Elizabeth Street.
More information about this project can be found online in the flood protection link under future construction projects at guelph.ca/construction.