Herbert Street reconstruction

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Welcome to the project page for the planned reconstruction of Herbert Street between Allen Street East and Union Street East. Construction activity is tentatively scheduled for 2022. The city intends to completely reconstruct this section of Herbert to replace the aged watermain, sewers, and road structure (i.e. sidewalk, curbs and asphalt). This will also include the replacement of water and sanitary service laterals up to the common property line, including replacement of lead water services on city property.

Project updates will be posted in the newsfeed and the current progress of the project is noted in the project timeline. The page will also be open to public comments for limited time periods following the release of design information, so please check back often or sign up to follow the project to receive email updates.

Welcome to the project page for the planned reconstruction of Herbert Street between Allen Street East and Union Street East. Construction activity is tentatively scheduled for 2022. The city intends to completely reconstruct this section of Herbert to replace the aged watermain, sewers, and road structure (i.e. sidewalk, curbs and asphalt). This will also include the replacement of water and sanitary service laterals up to the common property line, including replacement of lead water services on city property.

Project updates will be posted in the newsfeed and the current progress of the project is noted in the project timeline. The page will also be open to public comments for limited time periods following the release of design information, so please check back often or sign up to follow the project to receive email updates.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We have already heard from some residents on Herbert Street regarding possibilities for changes to the street during this reconstruction project. There are some changes that must be incorporated, such as wider sidewalks to meet provincial accessibility requirements. Other possibilities, such as contraflow bike lanes (bike lanes that allow two-way bike traffic on a one-way street) are being considered, but may involve a tradeoff with other street elements, such as some tree loss, or the loss of on-street parking. Please take a few moments to complete our survey and help the project team understand what matters most to you.

    The survey will be open through the end of Monday, April 19.

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