Managing stormwater is essential to improving the health of our waterways and reducing flooding. These studies are related to the creation of stormwater management facilities, restoration of creeks and rivers, and the erosion of our waterfront.
The City is studying issues related to road conditions, traffic, pedestrian safety, stormwater management and basement flooding in the Lawrence Park neighbourhood.
View the material presented on November 19, 2013 regarding existing conditions, a long list of possible solutions, proposed criteria that will be used to evaluate possible solutions and some conceptual alternative road cross sections. Make sure to provide any comments to us by December 9.
Albion Sanitary Trunk Sewer Class Environmental Assessment Study is to identify long term solutions to address corrosive problem and low flow conditions in the Humber Valley near Highway 401
The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment study to address problems and opportunities with the Black Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer within the Black Creek Sanitary Drainage Area.
This area selected for a stormwater infiltration reduction study to investigate, identify and prioritize where clear stormwater is overloading the drainage system.
Toronto Water and Transportation Divisions have partnered to study the how stormwater and road conditions can be improved.