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Regional Improvement Projects

Building a Better Halton

Halton Region’s Building a Better Halton (BBH) brand is about more than construction. It is about infrastructure and service delivery improvements that maintain a high quality of life for residents, businesses and motorists throughout the region.


Regional Improvement Projects

Stay informed on Regional improvements happening in your community.

Burlington

  • Amherst Heights Watermain
    Halton Region is replacing the watermain along Amherst Heights Drive and Amherst Heights Court.
  • Appleby Line Pumping Station
    Halton Region is building a new pumping station at the existing Appleby Line Reservoir site.
  • Appleby Line Repaving (North of Highway 407 to south of Britannia Road)
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is repaving Appleby Line (from the north side of Highway 407 to just south of Britannia Road).
  • Area between Mullin Way and Riverside Drive
    Halton Region is replacing watermains on a variety of streets located in the area between Mullin Way and Riverside Drive. A new wastewater main will also be installed on Joel Avenue (from Cape Avenue to Ardleigh Crescent).
  • Beaufort Drive Pumping Station
    Halton Region is building a new pumping station and expanding the Beaufort reservoir.
  • Beaver Street – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on Beaver Street (from First Street to 122 metres south of First Street).
  • Brant Street – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on a Brant Street Easement (from Brant Street to 89 metres west of Brant Street).
  • Brant Street Repaving (QEW westbound off-ramp to North Service Road)
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is repaving Brant Street (from the QEW westbound off-ramp to North Service Road).
  • Burlington – Lowering Water Services
    Halton Region is making improvements to designated water services in Burlington by lowering and/or insulating the lines between the watermain and the curb stop (public side). The improvements will help prevent water service lines from freezing during winter months.
  • Burlington Skyway Wastewater Treatment Plant
    Halton Region is upgrading technology in its Burlington Skyway Wastewater Treatment Plant.
  • Burlington Skyway Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades
    Halton Region is making improvements to infrastructure (Digester #1) used to treat wastewater in its Burlington Skyway Wastewater Treatment Plant.
  • Burloak Drive Watermain (Rebecca Street to Upper Middle Road)
    Halton Region is building a 6.6-kilometre tunneled watermain from Burloak Water Purification Plant to Kitchen Reservoir.
  • Burloak Regional Waterfront Park
    To protect Halton's natural spaces, Halton Region is revitalizing Burloak Regional Waterfront Park to make it more accessible and enjoyable for visitors year-round.
  • Cherryhill Crescent Watermain
    Halton Region and the City of Burlington are replacing the watermain running along the entire length of Cherryhill Crescent to renew aging infrastructure and provide the community with access to high quality drinking water.
  • Cherrywood Drive Watermain (Greenwood Drive to Holt Drive)
    Halton Region and the City of Burlington are planning to replace the watermain on Cherrywood Drive (from Greenwood Drive to Holt Drive) to renew aging infrastructure in your community and provide the community with access to high quality drinking water.
  • Crofton Way – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on Crofton Way (from Heather Hills Drive to 60 metres east of Heather Hills Drive).
  • Glen Acres Court – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on Glen Acres Court (from Townsend Avenue to 20 metres north of Townsend Avenue).
  • Grahams Lane – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on Grahams Lane (from Brant Street to its west limit).
  • Guelph Line Area Watermain (Prospect Street to Mainway)
    To provide reliable access to high-quality drinking water, Halton Region is building a second large diameter watermain to the Washburn Reservoir and Pumping Station.
  • Guelph Line Repaving (Britannia Road to south of 8 Side Road)
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is repaving Guelph Line (from Britannia Road to 500 metres south of 8 Side Road).
  • Harvester Road Watermain
    Halton Region and the City of Burlington are replacing the watermain on Harvester Road (from Appleby Line to west of South Service Road).
  • Longmoor Drive and Chamberlain Road Improvements
    Halton Region is replacing the watermain on Longmoor Drive (from north of the Hydro Corridor to Appleby Line) and the wastewater main on Chamberlain Road (from Longmoor Drive to Turner Drive).
  • Maple Avenue and Ontario Street Improvements
    Halton Region is replacing a watermain on Ontario Street (from Maple Avenue to Brock Avenue) and Maple Avenue (from Lakeshore Road to north of Hammond Street).
  • Mount Forest Drive and Tavistock Drive Watermains
    To renew aging infrastructure, Halton Region is planning to replace the watermain on Mount Forest Drive and Tavistock Drive (from Guelph Line to Tait Avenue).
  • Sinclair Circle Area and Driftwood Drive Area Watermains
    To renew aging water infrastructure, Halton Region is replacing the watermains around Sinclair Circle (running along Sinclair Circle, Alconbury Crescent and Previn Court) and around Driftwood Drive (running along Driftwood Drive and Autumnhill Crescent).
  • South Service Road – Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on South Service Road (from Fraser Drive to 286 metres east of Fraser Drive).
  • South Service Road Watermain
    Halton Region and the City of Burlington are replacing the watermain on South Service Road (from Century Drive to Syscon Road) to renew aging infrastructure and continue to provide the community with access to high quality drinking water.
  • Truman Street Watermain
    Halton Region is replacing the watermain on the Truman Street (from Churchill Avenue to its north limit), and permanently disconnecting the watermain within the Hydro One easement (located north of Churchill Avenue). 
  • Washburn Reservoir and Pumping Station
    Halton Region is expanding the capacity of the Washburn Reservoir and Pumping Station. These improvements will ensure residents continue to have reliable access to high quality drinking water.

Halton Hills

  • Acton Wastewater Treatment Plant
    Halton Region is expanding the capacity of the Acton Wastewater Treatment Plant to help improve wastewater systems in the community.
  • Bairstow Crescent - Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on Bairstow Crescent (from Prince Charles Drive to 60 metres north of Prince Charles Drive).
  • Cedarvale Park Well Field
    Halton Region is building new well field lines in Cedarvale Park, including a new local watermain connecting to Terry Court.
  • Duncan Drive Watermain
    Halton Region is replacing the watermain on Duncan Drive (from the west end of Moultrey Crescent to Weber Drive). These improvements will renew aging infrastructure in your community.
  • Georgetown Wastewater Treatment Plant – Equipment Renewal
    Halton Region is renewing equipment that is beyond its expected service life at the Georgetown Wastewater Treatment Plant. This work will replace aging mechanical and electrical equipment in the screening facility, where large solids and debris are filtered out from incoming wastewater.
  • Halton Hills (Acton) – Lowering Water Services
    Halton Region is making improvements to designated water services in Halton Hills (Acton) by lowering and/or insulating the lines between the watermain and the curb stop (public side). The improvements will help prevent water service lines from freezing during winter months.
  • Halton Hills Water Lines
    Halton Region is replacing and installing new water service lines at a lower depth between the curb stop at the property line and the regional watermain (public side). The improvements will help prevent water service lines from freezing during winter months.
  • Hornby Road and Sixth Line Watermains
    Halton Region is planning to extend the municipal drinking water supply to existing properties on Hornby Road (from 600 meters north of Steeles Avenue to 1.3 kilometres north of Steeles Avenue) and on Sixth Line (from Steeles Avenue to 1.2 kilometres north of Steeles Avenue).
  • James Snow Parkway Improvements
    Halton Region is making improvements to James Snow Parkway to keep traffic moving.
  • Main Street South and Park Avenue Wastewater Services
    Halton Region is reconnecting wastewater service lines from rear lot easements to regional wastewater mains on Main Street and Park Avenue. This work will help provide reliable wastewater services in the community and help ensure a state of good repair.
  • Main Street South – Wastewater Main
    Halton Region is repairing and replacing the wastewater main on Main Street South (from Ransom Street to 60 metres south of Kingham Road), and replacing the watermain on McDonald Boulevard (from Wallace Street to the end).
  • Mill Street, Jeffrey Avenue and Nelson Court Improvements
    Halton Region is installing a new watermain along Mill Street and replacing the water service lines to resident properties impacted along Mill Street.
  • Ninth Line Widening
    Reconstruction and widening of Ninth Line from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Park Avenue Easement - Basement Flooding Program
    To renew aging infrastructure and protect the community from basement flooding, the Region is reviewing the condition of wastewater sewers and service lines on the Park Avenue Easement.
  • Prince Charles Drive Improvements
    Halton Region is planning to replace a watermain and wastewater main on Prince Charles Drive (from Rexway Drive to Delrex Boulevard). This work will renew aging infrastructure and improve water and wastewater services for the community.
  • Princess Anne Drive Well Field
    Halton Region is upgrading Princess Anne Well Field (15 Princess Anne Drive) to provide the community with reliable access to high quality drinking water.
  • Regional Road 25 Repaving (10 Side Road to 17 Side Road)
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is repaving Regional Road 25 (from 10 Side Road to 17 Side Road). This resurfacing project is necessary to keep traffic moving and ensure our roads are safe.
  • Steeles Avenue Improvements (Fifth Line South to Trafalgar Road)
    Halton Region is widening Steeles Avenue (from Fifth Line South to Trafalgar Road) from two to four lanes.
  • Trafalgar Road and Derry Road Watermains
    Halton Region is building a new reservoir on Trafalgar Road. To help service the new reservoir, the Region is also building two watermains on Trafalgar Road (to about 500 metres north of 5 Sideroad) and on Derry Road (from Fifth Line to Trafalgar Road).
  • Tremaine Road Improvements (Steeles Avenue to 5 Side Road)
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is realigning Tremaine Road (from Steeles Avenue to 5 Side Road) to four lanes.
  • Winston Churchill Boulevard Improvements
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is joining with Peel Region to improve Winston Churchill Boulevard.
  • Winston Churchill Boulevard from South of Ballinafad Road to Olde Base Line Road
    To keep traffic moving, Halton Region is joining with Peel Region to improve Winston Churchill Boulevard from 1.2 kilometres of South Ballinafad Road to Olde Base Line Road.

Milton

Oakville


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