Hydro crews anticipate that they will be able to start the trimming and removal of trees and brush in 2020, weather permitting. As soon as I have more information about the schedule for 2020, I will make sure to reach out.
Forestry Technicians will mark trees and brush in the corridor within the next two weeks, weather permitting. If vegetation is marked with an orange “H”, dot or ribbon, it will be removed. If vegetation is marked with a blue dot, it will be trimmed or pruned to ensure the vegetation remaining is a safe distance from the transmission lines.
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Traffic studies were conducted along Council Ring Road and a speeding concern was identified. Studies show that by narrowing and delineating lanes, cars reduce speed. Painted lines have proven successful in other areas by visually reducing the travelled width of the roadway making it less comfortable for motorists to increase their operating speeds.
The new pavement markings are not considered bike lanes and have no impact on existing parking regulations.
Beginning on Monday, September 23, Brinkman Associates Reforestation Ltd, will be planting native trees and shrubs at Brookmede Park and Sawmill Valley Trail to help with restoration of the woodlands. This work is being conducted on behalf of the City and is a continuation o of ongoing restoration projects across the City.
This work will continue until approximately the first week of November; however, may extend in to subsequent weeks if required.
SAWMILL VALLEY TRAIL
SAWMILL VALLEY TRAIL
· Soccer Pitch
· Multi-use Court
· Spray Pad
· Shelter (lighting and electrical are provisional)
· Parking Lot
· Community Ice Rink (sodded area and servicing)
· Walking Loop with bench fitness stations
· Benches/Picnic Tables
· Lit trails
· Landscaping and tree planting
A delay to the construction start has been experienced related to permitting/approvals of the shelter addition.
Currently the project is scheduled to commence construction in late Fall of this year and completed in the Fall of 2020.
Imperial Oil is currently conducting preventative pipeline maintenance in the Credit River Valley on the Pinchin Property and Hydro lands. The Imperial Credit River Valley Project is part of a much larger region-wide project that extends across 5 municipalities between Hamilton and Toronto.
The City granted Imperial Oil access to the Pinchin Property through a Consent to Enter Agreement to accommodate construction access and staging for the works. In order to facilitate the safe movement of workers and equipment, the existing pathway in the Pinchin Property was widened and some trees were removed along Mississauga Road for construction staging. Upon completion of the works, Imperial will re-vegetate this field and have contributed $21,432.80 for future tree replanting on the Property.
The contractors began mobilizing on-site last week with the work expected to be completed by the end of July 2019. The impacted areas will be reinstated in the Fall of 2019.
The Pinchin Farm is a beautiful property as John Stewart has described and we are looking forward to the enhancement of the property after the works are complete. The Credit River Parks Strategy provides recommendations and a potential redevelopment concept plan. The 2019-2028 Capital Budget recommends the Pinchin Property for a phased development commencing in 2025; although this project is currently unfunded. When the Pinchin Property is approved for redevelopment, public consultation will be part of the process.
Erin Mills Parkway to Glen Erin Drive (North Side)
Please be advised that Pace Development and their Contractor, Silvio Construction Co. Ltd., will be installing new storm and sanitary sewers on Mississauga Road between Eglinton Avenue West and Tattersall Way commencing November 5, 2018. This infrastructure will service new developments on and adjacent to Mississauga Road. The works have been approved under City of Mississauga Subdivision File Number T-M09002.
The goal is to complete the construction in a manner that causes as little disruption as possible to residents, while ensuring safety for both residents and the construction team. We appreciate your patience and understanding during the construction period.
Details of the Construction:
During the construction period, Mississauga Road between Eglinton Avenue West and Tattersall Way will be restricted to a single lane during the hours of 9am – 3pm. Two lanes will be open to traffic between 3pm – 9am. The sidewalk on the west side of Mississauga Road will be closed to pedestrians.
On three consecutive weekends (November, 17th, 18th; 24th, 25th; and on December 1st and 2nd), there will also be full road closure of Mississauga Road, from Eglinton Avenue West to Tattersall Way, whereby traffic will be rerouted. Detour Route signage will be posted to assist with the rerouting of traffic.
Please refer to the map on the back of this Notice which indicates the area affected by the Mississauga Road closure.
Project Contact Information: Pace Developments – Peter Sciavilla 416-720-6910
Silvio Construction Co. Ltd. – Domenic Lombardi - 416-587-0658
Your patience and understanding are appreciated during this construction. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact me at 905-615-3200, ext. 3241.
Please be advised that a section of the Sawmill Valley Trail south of Burnhamthorpe Rd. will be closed daily from 7am to 5pm for repairs to the boardwalk. The closure will affect access to the trail from Swallowdale Court and Sawmill Valley Dr. to the Collegeway. The trail will be made safe and re-opened to the public at the end of each work day.
Service Disruption signs were installed during the week of October 22nd to alert the public. The work will be starting October 31st. Additional Service Disruption signs will be installed on the fence at each construction closure point.
The work will be carried out over the next three to four (3 -4) weeks weather permitting.
The City of Mississauga has initiated a study to review the existing and future transportation needs of the Burnhamthorpe Road corridor. The study area includes Burnhamthorpe Road West from Loyalist Drive to the West City limit.
Serve Construction Ltd. is scheduled to implement the reconstruction of the existing trail in Crawford Green Park. The existing trail is in poor condition and is due for life cycle replacement which will also be upgraded from 2.4m wide to 3.0 m to meet current trail standards. Funding for this project is partially provided through the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund (PTIF). It is anticipated that completion of this work will be in late April pending weather.
The existing trail at Pheasant Run Park was due for life cycle replacement which was also to be upgraded from 2.4 m wide to 3 m to meet current trail standards. Funding for this project is partially provided through the PTIF (Public Transit Infrastructure Fund).
Trail construction has also taken place at Crawford Green Park as part of the funding, as well as at South Common Park.