Dickson Street Reconstruction & Streetscaping

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View of Dickson Street between Ainslie Street and Water Street and municipal parking lot

Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide feedback on the proposed road reconstruction and streetscaping project on Dickson Street from Water Street to Ainslie Street and, in particular, for proposed changes to modernize the municipal parking lot.

This project holds importance to all community members at the heart of downtown Galt, and the project team values your input in the decision-making process. The design for the road reconstruction and changes to the municipal parking lot is currently 30% complete and is scheduled to be finished in December 2020.

The construction of this project is currently scheduled to begin in spring 2021.

Public Consultation

Thank you to everyone who provided comments on the Public Information Centre video and documents. The comment period is now closed.

Earlier in the process for this project, we held two stakeholder meetings and invited members of the public to fill out a brief survey in spring 2020. An in-person public information centre that was originally scheduled for March 2020 was cancelled due to COVID-19.


Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide feedback on the proposed road reconstruction and streetscaping project on Dickson Street from Water Street to Ainslie Street and, in particular, for proposed changes to modernize the municipal parking lot.

This project holds importance to all community members at the heart of downtown Galt, and the project team values your input in the decision-making process. The design for the road reconstruction and changes to the municipal parking lot is currently 30% complete and is scheduled to be finished in December 2020.

The construction of this project is currently scheduled to begin in spring 2021.

Public Consultation

Thank you to everyone who provided comments on the Public Information Centre video and documents. The comment period is now closed.

Earlier in the process for this project, we held two stakeholder meetings and invited members of the public to fill out a brief survey in spring 2020. An in-person public information centre that was originally scheduled for March 2020 was cancelled due to COVID-19.