Integrated Sanitary Master Plan

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Did you know there are over 800km of sanitary sewer mains underneath our city?

What issues or concerns do you have about our existing sanitary infrastructure?

What do we need to consider to expand that infrastructure as our community grows?

The Study

The City is creating an Integrated Sanitary Master Plan to make sure we meet our sanitary service needs now and in the future. We will be reviewing existing conditions and developing an assessment of alternative solutions. You will have the opportunity to give input on the project objectives and on the proposed alternative solutions. We will then identify a preferred alternative based on our technical review and on the outcomes of our public consultations.

Our study follows an approved process under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. For more details, please read the Notice of Study Commencement.

How can you take part?

We want to hear from you! Use the "Subscribe" button at the top right-hand corner to get updates. If you have questions, please use the Questions tool below. You can also contact us for more information.


Did you know there are over 800km of sanitary sewer mains underneath our city?

What issues or concerns do you have about our existing sanitary infrastructure?

What do we need to consider to expand that infrastructure as our community grows?

The Study

The City is creating an Integrated Sanitary Master Plan to make sure we meet our sanitary service needs now and in the future. We will be reviewing existing conditions and developing an assessment of alternative solutions. You will have the opportunity to give input on the project objectives and on the proposed alternative solutions. We will then identify a preferred alternative based on our technical review and on the outcomes of our public consultations.

Our study follows an approved process under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. For more details, please read the Notice of Study Commencement.

How can you take part?

We want to hear from you! Use the "Subscribe" button at the top right-hand corner to get updates. If you have questions, please use the Questions tool below. You can also contact us for more information.

Questions

If you have questions about this study, please ask them here. A member of the project team will respond within 2 business days. 

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    Cressman Avenue , Kitchener May i know when do you build sewer line , drain line , water line Customers

    chandra asked 4 months ago

    Thank you for your question. The Master Plan will review existing conditions and evaluate planned growth and servicing needs to develop and assess alternative solutions for sanitary servicing. Individual project locations have not been identified at this time. A preferred solution to support planned growth across the City will be identified following a technical review of alternatives with input received from agencies, Indigenous communities and stakeholders.

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    What is the current expected life/capacity for our sanitary systems?

    encodedream asked 4 months ago

    Thank you for your question.  The City of Kitchener sanitary system includes a variety of systems and infrastructure that have a wide age range of longevity based on when they were installed. Life expectancy is based on many factors including the maintenance history of the various components and the ability to meet the servicing needs of system users. 

    The Master Plan will identify recommended projects to address current and future sanitary servicing needs of the community. Recommended projects will be prioritized based on factors including life expectancy, as well as other criteria to be developed as part of this study. 

    Thank you for your interest in this project.  

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    Can we have a trash receptacle at each bus stop to lesson the need for people littering getting on and off the bus? I see it all the time coffee cups, masks, pop cans...I am quite sure those that live near by would be grateful.

    John & Company asked 3 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback, however this is unrelated to the current project. Your inquiry should be directed to the appropriate department at Waste Management, Region of Waterloo: Ann-Marie Weber, tel: 226-750-4077, TTY 519-575-4608, or by email at: AWeber@regionofwaterloo.ca.  

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