Blenheim Road Reconstruction Survey

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Dependent on budget approval, The City of Cambridge is proposing to reconstruct Blenheim Road from Devil’s Creek to Mount View Cemetery (230m east of Parkwood Drive) in 2024.

The reconstruction work will include:

  • Replacing of the existing watermain, accessories and services to property line
  • Replacing of the existing roadway and curb and gutter
  • Providing a new 2.4m to 3.0m wide multi-use trail on the south side of Blenheim Road
  • Proving potential for sanitary sewer extension from 134 Blenheim Road to Devil’s Creek (properties not currently serviced by sanitary sewer). A staff report to Council in late Spring/early summer will outline considerations for the possible sanitary sewer extension, including the potential for Local Improvement Charges. Residents impacted by the potential sanitary sewer extension will be kept informed of the staff report and associated Council meeting.

The City has hired a consultant, IBI, to design the reconstruction of the street. A private contractor will be selected through the City’s public tender process to carry out the reconstruction.

Please review the proposed plan to see how it will affect your property, institution or residence.

We value your feedback!
Please share your thoughts about this project by filling out the brief survey below by March 13, 2023.

Dependent on budget approval, The City of Cambridge is proposing to reconstruct Blenheim Road from Devil’s Creek to Mount View Cemetery (230m east of Parkwood Drive) in 2024.

The reconstruction work will include:

  • Replacing of the existing watermain, accessories and services to property line
  • Replacing of the existing roadway and curb and gutter
  • Providing a new 2.4m to 3.0m wide multi-use trail on the south side of Blenheim Road
  • Proving potential for sanitary sewer extension from 134 Blenheim Road to Devil’s Creek (properties not currently serviced by sanitary sewer). A staff report to Council in late Spring/early summer will outline considerations for the possible sanitary sewer extension, including the potential for Local Improvement Charges. Residents impacted by the potential sanitary sewer extension will be kept informed of the staff report and associated Council meeting.

The City has hired a consultant, IBI, to design the reconstruction of the street. A private contractor will be selected through the City’s public tender process to carry out the reconstruction.

Please review the proposed plan to see how it will affect your property, institution or residence.

We value your feedback!
Please share your thoughts about this project by filling out the brief survey below by March 13, 2023.

Page last updated: 14 Mar 2023, 01:49 PM