Ward 1

SCHEDULED WATER INTERRUPTION NOTICE – Thursday, April 4th, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm – 604 Exbury Cres

By Resources, Ward 1


Date and Time: Thursday, April 4th, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Location: 604 Exbury Cres                         

Addresses Affected: 544-605, 1592-1604 Exbury Cres; 1533-1607 Blanefield Rd; 608, 609 Drymen Cres;          

Project #:  C-603530

Regional InspectorPhemelo Mpoloka

Telephone #   437-220-8917

                        905-791-7800 ext. 3246/3247

The Region of Peel Public Works department regularly maintains and repairs the water system to make sure you have a consistent supply of quality drinking water. Sometimes we must turn off your water supply while we do this work.

Your water will be turned off on Thursday, April 4, from approximately 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. If we need to reschedule this work due to weather or other circumstances, we will let you know the new date and time.

If this interruption may affect an alarm or maintenance company, it is your responsibility to notify them.  During the time that the water supply is interrupted, the building’s sprinkler protection system will not function.  A fire watch should be performed as necessary during time period.

After the water interruption:

When we turn the water back on, air in the pipes may make the water cloudy and your plumbing may vibrate or make noise.  We recommend removing the air by slowly turning on your taps from the lowest to the highest faucet in the building (that is, starting in the basement/first floor and finishing on the top floor). Flush the toilets as well. You will likely need to run the water for 10 to 30 seconds.  Run the water until it is clear, and any vibration or noise has stopped.

Important note:  After the water is turned back on, we recommend checking your water meter (usually located in the basement).  If it is leaking, call Water Meter Installations Dispatch at:

  • (905) 791 – 7800 Ext. 3226 (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Monday to Friday)
  • (905) 791 – 7800 Ext. 4409 (After hours or Statutory Holidays)

Port Credit Storm Drainage Study PIC#2 online

By Announcement, Planning & Development, Resources, Ward 1

To create the Port Credit Storm Drainage Master Plan, the City is completing a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study. Through the study, the City is looking to address potential drainage system issues within Port Credit. It will also assess the impacts of infill and intensification development and climate change in the study areas.

The City has uploaded the second and final Public Information Centre for the Port Credit Storm Drainage Master Plan. The video can be found online at Port Credit Storm Drainage Master Plan – City of Mississauga

Comments about flooding and drainage issues can be shared with staff from March 20 to April 10, 2024. To submit your feedback, complete the comment form available on the website and email it to by April 10. Include the date it occurred and any photos of the flooding.

2024 Pipeline Maintenance Activity

By Announcement, Hurontario LRT, Planning & Development, Ward 1

Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc. (TNPI) operates pipelines regulated by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) to safely transport the refined petroleum products (gasoline, diesel, aviation, and heating fuel) used by Canadian businesses and consumers every day. These pipelines connect refineries in Nanticoke, Ontario, and Montreal to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), with lateral pipelines to Ottawa as well as to Pearson International Airport and Pierre-Elliot Trudeau International Airport. We are committed to operating in a safe and environmentally responsible manner to protect the public, the environment, and the pipelines.

This letter is being delivered to you because our pipelines are in proximity to your home or business and we would like to advise you of some upcoming work on these pipelines.

Metrolinx is currently building an 18-kilometer light rail transit (LRT) line along the surface of Hurontario Street, between the cities of Mississauga and Brampton. The Hazel McCallion LRT Project will cross two TNPI 273.1 mm and 508 mm (NPS 10 and NPS 20) pipelines at the intersection of Hurontario Street and North Service Road/Harborn Road (refer to attached figure).

In support of Metrolinx’s Hazel McCallion LRT project, there will be some maintenance activities involving the TNPI pipelines in your area. Maintenance activities on the NPS 10 pipeline are expected to be completed in two phases:
• Phase 1 will commence on or around March 18, 2024, to access and assess the pipeline prior to extending the protective casing surrounding the pipeline, taking approximately one week to complete.
• Phase 2 will include construction work for the casing extension and is expected to commence in July 2024. This activity is anticipated to be completed within two weeks.

The maintenance work associated to the NPS 10 will be conducted on the southwest corner of Hurontario Street and Harborn Road and will include limited tree and vegetation pruning/removal near the work area. Crews will use hand tools, such as chainsaws and pruners, to remove trees and other vegetation that grows near the existing pipeline.

Maintenance activities will involve closing the curb lanes, southbound on Hurontario Street and eastbound on Harborn Road, to accommodate the equipment and ensure the safety of the maintenance workers. The lanes will be closed for the duration of the work, which is expected to take a week for the phase one work and 2 – 3 weeks for the phase two work. Please note there will be a potential increase in traffic, dust, and noise during these periods, and additional lighting on the work site may be required during these two phases of work. TNPI will have a full-time presence during these maintenance activities (7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday), either with TNPI personnel and/or a TNPI representative. Both phases of the NPS 10 pipeline maintenance work are anticipated to be completed by late July 2024.

TNPI’s NPS 20 pipeline is expected to be relocated to accommodate the Hazel McCallion LRT project. Design work is ongoing and construction on this pipeline is not expected to begin until 2025. Further communications will be provided for the work associated with the NPS 20 pipeline later this year.

If you have any questions or concerns about this upcoming activity, please contact Lisa Dornan (403-476-1593 or More information on TNPI can be found at For details on the overall Hazel McCallion Light Rail Transit project, please contact Metrolinx at or visit Metrolinx’s website at
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc.


Construction Notice – ADVANCE NOTICE Sanitary Sewer and Watermain Improvement Lakeshore Road West from Jack Darling Memorial Park to Elmwood Avenue North

By Announcement, Resources, Ward 1

Peel Region is planning to install new watermains and sanitary sewers in your area as shown on the attached map. This is expected to start around Fall of 2024 with completion expected by Spring of 2028.
• Watermains are underground pipes that bring tap water from our water treatment plants to your neighbourhood. As our population grows, we need to build larger watermains to keep providing high quality water services
• Sanitary sewers are underground pipes that carry wastewater from your home or business to a wastewater treatment plant. Wastewater is created when water goes down the drain or is flushed down the toilet. As our population grows, we need to build larger sewers to keep providing high quality wastewater services.

Important note
This upcoming construction will take place in the municipal right-of-way. The municipal right-of way includes the street and the land owned by your city between the street and your water service box (small, round metal valve in either your driveway or lawn). This work may impact the bottom of your driveway and the area around the sidewalk. We therefore recommend delaying any major landscaping or driveway paving until after this construction has been completed.

Keeping you informed
We are currently in the early planning stages, so we can’t give exact dates for when we will do the work. In addition, as your city’s future planning activities may change, we may alter our plans to improve watermains and sanitary sewers in your neighbourhood. We will deliver more detailed information to your home or business closer to the proposed construction date.

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Wastewater Collection and Conveyance & Water Linear Engineering
Engineering Services Division
Public Works, Peel Region
Phone: 905-791-7800 ext. 4409

Construction Notice – PROJECT UPDATE – REVISED COMPLETION DATE East Trunk Offline Storage Facility Southcreek Road and Etobicoke Valley Dog Park

By Announcement, Resources, Ward 1

Peel Region has been working in your area to install a new sanitary trunk sewer offline storage facility, and properly retire an existing sanitary trunk sewer, as shown on the attached map.
To respond to climate change and meet the demands of a growing population, we are constructing an underground facility that will store wastewater during large rain events. (For more information, see for Environmental Assessment.)

Construction schedule
Work is progressing with most of the underground works completed. However, all remaining work and restoration is now scheduled to be completed in Fall 2024. All efforts will be made to open the Dog Park at our earliest opportunity.
All work is under warranty for two years from the completion date.

Contractor and working hours
The work is being completed by EBC Inc. and supported by Arcadis (previously known as IBI Group), both under contract to Peel Region. This contractor’s normal working hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Friday.
These hours are consistent with the local municipality’s bylaws. To complete the work on time, there may be times when work will be completed later into the evening or on Saturdays. We understand this may cause some inconvenience, but shorter working days would require your neighbourhood to be under construction for a longer period of time. We will attempt to minimize overnight work whenever possible.

Closure of Etobicoke Valley Dog Park and associated trails
To keep pedestrians and their pets safe, the Etobicoke Valley Dog Park and the trails leading to the dog park will continue to be closed until all work is completed in Fall 2024. Trail closure signs are posted on site. Alternate dog park locations can be found by visiting

Once all work is completed and the dog park is reopened, we will notify residents through an advertisement in the local newspaper and by distributing notices to the surrounding area.

Traffic and parking
We will work to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents.
• Temporary lane restrictions may be required on Dundas Street East near the active construction area to complete the work safely. As a result, road users may experience delays on Dundas Street East.
• The south portion of Southcreek Road will remain closed to traffic, as well as the Etobicoke Valley Dog Park’s parking lot. Access to businesses will be maintained.
• There will be no on-street parking on Southcreek Road during construction.
• Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.

Safety during construction
Construction zones require extra caution to keep everyone safe – pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, and construction workers. When driving, walking, or biking through the construction area, please be aware of your surroundings, watch for construction crews and other road users, slow down, account for delays, and consider other routes if possible. To learn more about how to stay safe in construction zones, visit

Project funding
The Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) is a cost-shared infrastructure funding program between the Federal and Provincial governments and has committed $8 million of combined funding toward this Peel Region project.

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We will let you know if there are any major changes to the plans.
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Thank you for your patience as we complete this necessary work. This work will allow us to continue providing you with high quality wastewater services. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation
Engineering Services Division
Public Works, Region of Peel
Phone: 905-791-7800 ext. 4409

PUBLIC NOTICE: NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE Arthur P. Kennedy Water Treatment Plant Reservoir Expansion

By Announcement, Resources, Ward 1

The Study
Peel Region has initiated a Schedule ‘C’ Municipal ClassEnvironmental Assessment (Class EA) for the reservoir expansion at the Arthur P. Kennedy Water Treatment Plant (WTP) (See Figure). The approximate limits of the study area include the area around the Arthur P. Kennedy WTP from Lakeshore Road East southerly to Lake Ontario, and from just east of Montbeck Crescent to East Avenue extending to the eastern limits of the Douglas Kennedy Park.

Peel’s Water and Wastewater Master Plan (2020) and updated 2051 population forecast identified that the treated water storage is insufficient at this WTP. The purpose of this project is to identify a preferred solution and design concept that provides a cost-effective and environmentally sound means of providing additional treated water storage to ensure long-term reliable water treatment and supply of this lake-based system.

The Process
The Class EA study will be conducted in accordance with the approved requirements for a Schedule ‘C’ project as described in the Municipal Engineers Association’s Municipal Class EA document (October 2000, as amended). A key component of the study is consultation with interested stakeholders (Indigenous communities, public, landowners and agencies). Two Public Information Centres (PICs) will be held throughout the Study to provide an update, as well as an opportunity to provide comments. The first PIC held on October 18th, 2023, provided a summary of the background information, the need and justification, and an overview of the alternative solutions being considered.

Public Information Centre
The second PIC will be held on April 17, 2024. The purpose of this PIC is to update the public on the project’s status and advise stakeholders of the preliminary preferred solution. The PIC will also provide an opportunity for those who are interested to provide their feedback on the project. We invite you to drop-in during this time.

The PIC will take place as follows:
Date: April 17, 2024
(Drop-in Centre Format)
Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
Location: Arthur P. Kennedy Water Treatment Plant
920 East Ave
2nd Floor Training Room

The material will be made available on April 18, 2024. Comments will be received until May 1, 2024.

Please check the project website for project updates: and search under Mississauga, Arthur P. Kennedy Water Treatment Plant.

If you would like to provide comments or have questions, or if you would like to be added to the Project Contact List, please contact the Project Manager listed below.

Janice Hatton
Project Manager, Engineering – Water Treatment and Facilities
Engineering Services Division
Public Works
Peel Region
Tel.: (416) 859-4768

This notice was first issued on March 20, 2024

Public Notice: PEEL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SOLUTIONS NOTICE OF STUDY COMPLETION G.E. Booth Water Resource Recovery Facility Schedule C Class Environmental Assessment

By Resources, Ward 1


The Region of Peel will experience significant growth over the next 20+ years with a 40 percent increase in people and jobs anticipated by 2041. In the Region of Peel, wastewater from users is collected through a network of sewers and pumping stations and treated at either the G.E. Booth Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) or the Clarkson WRRF. As the population grows, there is insufficient capacity at the WRRFs to meet the future wastewater treatment needs. That is why the Region initiated two Schedule C Class Environmental Assessments (EAs) for the G.E. Booth and Clarkson WRRFs to identify and develop preferred solutions for wastewater treatment and biosolids management to meet approved regional growth. While the early stages (Phases 1 and 2 of the Class EA process) of these studies were completed in parallel, the later stages (Phases 3, 4, & 5 of the Class EA process) of the Clarkson study were advanced ahead of the G.E. Booth study. The G.E. Booth WRRF Schedule C Class EA was recently completed and is the subject of this Notice of Study Completion.


The Process:

The G.E. Booth WRRF study followed a Schedule ‘C’ Class EA process, including:
• Phase 1: A review of background information and identification of the problem/opportunity statement
• Phase 2: An evaluation of alternative solutions
• Phase 3: An evaluation of alternative technologies and site layouts for the preferred solutions
• Phase 4: Documentation of the process and its results in an Environmental Study Report (ESR)
• Phase 5: Conceptual design and implementation
Public and agency stakeholder consultation, including communications with Indigenous Communities, was and continues to be an important part of the Class EA process.

G.E. Booth WRRF Environmental Study Report (ESR):

The ESR will be available for a 45-day public review period starting March 13th, 2024 and ending April 27th, 2024, in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Class EA process. An electronic copy of the ESR will be available for public review on the Region of Peel project webpage at:
G.E. Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant Environmental Assessment – Region of Peel (


If you wish to submit your comments and/or concerns on this project, please contact the Project Manager below.

In addition, a request to the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks for an order imposing additional conditions or requiring an individual environmental assessment may be made on the grounds that the requested order may prevent, mitigate, or remedy adverse impacts on constitutionally protected Aboriginal and treaty rights. Requests should include your full name and contact information.

Requests should specify what kind of order is being requested (additional conditions or a comprehensive environmental assessment), explain how an order may prevent, mitigate, or remedy potential adverse impacts, and can include any supporting information.

The request should be sent in writing or by email to:

Hon. David Piccini, Minister Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks

777 Bay Street, 5th Floor Toronto ON M7A 2J3, Email:

Director, Environmental Assessment Branch, Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks

135 St. Clair Avenue West, 1st Floor Toronto ON M4V 1P5, Email:

A copy of the request should also be sent to the Region Project Manager. All requests must be received within the 45-day public review period.

The Region of Peel is committed to ensure that all Regional services, programs, and facilities are inclusive and accessible for persons with disabilities. Please contact the Project Manager if you need any accommodations to provide comments or feedback for this study.

Cindy Kambeitz, Project Manager
905-791-7800, ext. 5040

All personal information included in your request – such as name, address, telephone number, and property location – is collected, under the authority of section 30 of the Environmental Assessment Act and is collected and maintained for the purpose of creating a record that is available to the general public. As this information is collected for the purpose of a public record, the protection of personal information provided in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) does not apply (s.37). Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public unless you request that your personal information remain confidential.

This notice was first issued on March 12th, 2024.

Temporary Driveway Closures on Hurontario from Inglewood Drive to Pinetree Way

By Hurontario LRT, Resources, Ward 1

As work progresses on the Hazel McCallion LRT project, crews will be doing road widening works between Inglewood Drive and Pinetree Way along the west side of Hurontario Street. These works are scheduled to take place from March 11 to May 6, 2024. 

To safely accommodate these works, driveways for properties within this stretch will be intermittently and partially impacted between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday for less than four hours. To accommodate motorists needing to enter and exit driveways impacted during working hours, a flag person will be present to help as needed. During this time, asphalt and concrete curbs will be removed, followed by excavation, curb preparation, concrete pour, and paving. Once the roadway has been widened, guideway construction in the area can begin later this year.

The attached notice was distributed to within a 500 meter radius of the working area. Immediately impacted property owners have been informed.

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