Posted on Thursday, April 06, 2023 03:10 PM
Mid-April 2023 to December 2023Project LocationDetour Route
In order to facilitate the replacement of the Pine Cove Bridge, the road will be closed beginning July 04 to December 2023. Detour signage will be in place prior to road closure.
The City of Burlington will be continuing improvements on Lakeshore Road, from Walkers Line to Guelph Line. This will include the replacement of the Pine Cove Bridge, road resurfacing, multi-use pathway replacement, Tuck Creek culvert rehabilitation and streetlighting upgrades.
Check this webpage for updates throughout the project. If you'd like to subscribe to be emailed a notification when the page is updated, please see the top right corner of this page.Project scope and schedule LocationScopeTentative Schedule
Lakeshore Road (Walkers Line to Guelph Line)
Multi-use pathway replacement
Tuck Creek culvert rehabilitation
Mid-April 2023 – December 2023
Road work will begin between the Pine Cove Bridge...
Posted on Thursday, April 06, 2023 10:24 AM
June to November 2023
The City of Burlington is renewing the hill slide area at Forestvale Park playground (1076 Forestvale Dr.) in Spring-Summer 2023. The playground will not be replaced at this time.Project scope
The proposed improvements include:
The full playground and slide area will be closed during construction, and although the remainder of the park will stay open, there could be some minor inconveniences due to construction activity. The playground and slide area will be closed and fenced off with signs posted until final safety inspection is complete. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during construction.
Please note that the Canada Post community mailbox located in front of the playground area will also be temporarily moved a short distance away from the construction access.
Posted on Monday, April 03, 2023 02:15 PM
The City of Burlington and Halton Region will be continuing improvements in the Autumn Hill Crescent area and on Palmer Drive in 2022 and 2023.
This will include curb, sidewalk, and asphalt replacement, street lighting upgrades (City of Burlington), and full watermain and water service replacement (Region of Halton) on the streets per the map below. Please note that A Cosmos Concrete & Paving Ltd. is the only driveway paving company hired by the general contractor King Paving & Construction Ltd. for this project. There is no other driveway paving company associated with this project.Project schedule
The remaining project works in the Autumn Hill area are scheduled to begin in March 2023. Resident should expect to see the Contractor mobilize during the week of Mar. 20, 2023, including survey work, construction signage and barrel setup, and active construction as early as the week of Mar. 27, 2023. This timeline has the potential to be...
Posted on Monday, March 27, 2023 03:45 PM
Windows-to-the-Lake are small park settings along the shoreline, connecting Burlington residents to Lake Ontario. They are a place to meet, take a rest, observe nature, listen to the waves, watch weather move across the water, and enjoy the beauty of sunsets over the lake.
The City will be enhancing these connections to the water over the next two years. Each site renewal will provide, at minimum, a paved pathway and accessible seating.Next Steps:
Design and construction of lake property by location:Green Street
The City of Burlington is renewing the Walker’s Line Window to the Lake.
The project will include:
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2023 02:05 PM
The City of Burlington, through their consultant Valdor Engineering Inc., is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment to address erosion concerns in the section of Falcon Creek, between the CN Railroad and Dorset Avenue in the City of Burlington.
The Study will be carried out under Schedule “B” in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Engineers Association (MEA), Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for Municipal Projects. The study process includes public and stakeholder consultation and the identification of measures to mitigate adverse impacts.Public Interaction
The Project Team invites public input and comments and will incorporate them into the planning and design of this project. A Public Information Centre (PIC) will be held as part of the process to provide an opportunity for the public to review and comment on the study findings. Notice of the PIC will be provided to the public and agencies as the study progresses.Online Public...