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Davy Street Bath Reconstruction
Davy Street in Bath is undergoing rehabilitation in 2017. The project area is bounded by Queen Street at the north, and Lake Ontario at the south. The work consists of the full removal and replacement of asphalt, new stormwater infrastructure, installation of curb and gutter; as well as new watermain south of Main Street.

This project is funded partly by the Government of Canada's Clean Water & Wastewater Fund and by the Province of Ontario's Connecting Links program.

Government of Canada logo      Province of Ontario logo

Amherstview Watermain Lining Project
Three streets in Amherstview are benefiting from the structural relining of watermains in the fall of 2017: Fairfield Boulevard, Sherwood Avenue, and Clairton Place. Structural relining can extend the life of an existing watermain by several decades; and results in less excavation and subsequent disturbance than a full watermain replacement project.

Funding for Fairfield Boulevard and Sherwood Avenue was provided in part by the Province of Ontario's Community Infrastructure Fund. Funding for Clairton Place was provided in part by the Government of Canada's Clean Water & Wastewater Fund.

Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund graphic - Fairfield Boulevard, Sherwood Avenue, Morden Crescent   Government of Canada logo

Morden Crescent Reconstruction
Morden Crescent in Amherstview is undergoing replacement of watermains, sanitary sewers and laterals, culverts, new asphalt, and restoration of all disturbed surfaces.

The project was tendered in June 2017, with Amos Excavation being awarded the contract. Work is anticipated to be completed by the end of October, 2017. Throughout the project Morden Crescent is closed except to local traffic.


This project was made possible in part due to funding from the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund.


Frink Avenue Reconstruction
Frink Avenue in Amherstview will be upgraded with side ditch improvements and culvert replacements, new storm sewers and watermains, new asphalt, and restoration of all disturbed surfaces.

The project was tendered this summer, with Dig'n Dirt Ltd. being awarded the contract. Construction is scheduled began mid-August with a planned completion date of mid-October. Frink Avenue remains open to traffic with intermittent lane closures.

The Frink Avenue reconstruction has been funded in part by the Government of Canada's Clean Water and Wastewater Fund.


Lakeview Park Playground Rehabilitation

The construction of the Lakeview Playground Rehabilitation has recently been completed, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 17. This project was funded in part by the Government of Canada - with support through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program/Avec l’appui du Programme d’infrastructure communautaire de Canada 150

Fralick Road Reconstruction

Fralick Road is a 1.7 km surface treated (chip and tar) road running from County Road 2 south to Withers Road. The reconstruction consists of removal of the current surface, excavation of the road base to improve stabilization, replace culverts, and application of double surface treatment.

The project was tendered earlier this year, with Bricaza Corporation being awarded the contract. Work began in July 2017, and was largely completed by October 2017.

This project has been funded in part by federal gas tax funding.


Fairfield Boulevard Watermain Construction
2017 - Len Corcoran Excavating Ltd. was contracted by Loyali
st Township to reconstruct the watermain on Fairfield Boulevard, Amherstview, from the Highway 33 (Bath Road) intersection north to Loyalist Avenue.

The project generally consisted of replacing underground water main, repaving, and replacing sidewalks. To facilitate this work, we do not anticipate full road closures but traffic delays can be expected.

The construction work began in early April 2017 and was complete by the end of June.

This project was made possible in part due to funding from the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund.


Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund graphic


Briscoe Street and Hyland Court Reconstruction
2015-2017 - This multi-year project consists of watermain replacement, new sanitary laterals, new storm sewers, sidewalks, installation of curb and gutter, and paving; as well as restoration of lawns and boulevards.

This project was made possible in part due to funding from the Government of Canada's Small Communities Fund.
Briscoe Hyland project sign