The City of Ottawa is undertaking the design to replace the existing trunk storm sewer that weaves through the Queensway Terrace North community. The existing trunk storm sewer has reached the end of its useful life and needs to be replaced. To improve the overall performance of the storm sewer system, the existing trunk storm sewer is to be replaced with a larger pipe. The project limits for the construction are highlighted on Figure 1 and includes:
- Henley Street from Connaught Avenue to Alpline Avenue
- Arkell Street from Henley Street to approximately 942/948 Arkell Street
- Alpine Avenue from Henley Street to Clarenda Street
- Clarenda Street from Alpine Avenue to Mossdale Street
- Mossdale Street from Clarenda Street to Moncton Road
- Moncton Road from Mossdale Street to the condominium entrance between 2652A/2662B Moncton Road
- City Easement from the condominium entrance between 2652A/2662B Moncton Road to Queensview Drive (between 2625 and 2655 Queensview Drive)
Design assignment completion: late fall 2019
Utility relocations: summer/fall 2020
Sewer construction: 2021
Approved project funds to date are $800,000
A public information session is expected to be held in the fall of 2019, to present the design drawings to the public. At this time attendees will be able to review the design, ask questions and provide comment on the proposed works.
Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. The City makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact the City’s Project Manager.
COVID-19 is an unprecedented situation and the City of Ottawa is committed to protecting people and the community. The Province of Ontario has allowed certain businesses and workplaces, including all municipal construction projects, to continue operations subject to compliance with strict public health and safety protocols. The City is working closely with the industry and complying with restrictions and recommendations provided by municipal, provincial and federal health officials, as well as the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development.
For further information or to provide comments, please contact the City’s project manager.