Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment

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About this project

A portion of the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer is in poor condition between the Clarke Road Sanitary Pumping Station and where Pottersburg Creek crosses Dundas Street. These current conditions reduce water quality and reliability for nearby residents and business owners.

To respond to this issue, the City has proposed to realign the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer and locate it within City property. Having the sanitary sewer on City property will remove accessibility and maintenance constraints of the sewer’s existing location which passes through multiple private properties along Pottersburg Creek. The Environmental Assessment will assess the recommended alignment for the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer replacement along with any supporting works needed to allow for this project to go ahead.

A map of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment Area. Please contact Alex Corpodean at acorpodean@london.ca for more information

A map of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment Area.


Ongoing Engagement Opportunity

The City has recorded an online Public Information Centre (PIC) for nearby residents, business owners and interested parties to learn about the findings of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment (EA.) The PIC focuses on the following:

  • Confirm the recommended alignment for the Pottersburg Sanitary Trunk Sewer
  • Identify legal, environmental, technical, social, and economic constraints and incorporate them into the Environmental Study Report (ESR)
  • Investigate land acquisition needs and Pottersburg Creek crossings.

The video PIC has been split into three parts and can be accessed on the right-hand side of the page under "Project Update Meeting - Narrated Presentation."

Interested parties are invited to ask questions and provide input by either contacting the listed contact below directly or submitting a question or comment through the below survey. A paper copy of the survey has been mailed to nearby residents and business owners.

Please note that the City will be accepting comments for the EA for a period of 30 days. The engagement period will end on Friday, April 30th. To ensure your comments are considered and addressed as part of the EA process, please submit them prior to April 30th, 2021.

Community input will be critical to shaping the final recommendations of the Environmental Study Report (ESR).

We recognize that not everyone will be able to access this information online. If you require any special accommodation to access the project information or online material, please contact the City project contact listed below, and we will work together to best share the information with you.

Alex Corpodean, C. Tech, PACP

City Project Manager

Technologist II

acorpodean@london.ca

519-661-2489 x 8437

A graphic showing different methods of engagement

About this project

A portion of the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer is in poor condition between the Clarke Road Sanitary Pumping Station and where Pottersburg Creek crosses Dundas Street. These current conditions reduce water quality and reliability for nearby residents and business owners.

To respond to this issue, the City has proposed to realign the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer and locate it within City property. Having the sanitary sewer on City property will remove accessibility and maintenance constraints of the sewer’s existing location which passes through multiple private properties along Pottersburg Creek. The Environmental Assessment will assess the recommended alignment for the Pottersburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer replacement along with any supporting works needed to allow for this project to go ahead.

A map of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment Area. Please contact Alex Corpodean at acorpodean@london.ca for more information

A map of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment Area.


Ongoing Engagement Opportunity

The City has recorded an online Public Information Centre (PIC) for nearby residents, business owners and interested parties to learn about the findings of the Pottersburg Creek Truck Sanitary Sewer Environmental Assessment (EA.) The PIC focuses on the following:

  • Confirm the recommended alignment for the Pottersburg Sanitary Trunk Sewer
  • Identify legal, environmental, technical, social, and economic constraints and incorporate them into the Environmental Study Report (ESR)
  • Investigate land acquisition needs and Pottersburg Creek crossings.

The video PIC has been split into three parts and can be accessed on the right-hand side of the page under "Project Update Meeting - Narrated Presentation."

Interested parties are invited to ask questions and provide input by either contacting the listed contact below directly or submitting a question or comment through the below survey. A paper copy of the survey has been mailed to nearby residents and business owners.

Please note that the City will be accepting comments for the EA for a period of 30 days. The engagement period will end on Friday, April 30th. To ensure your comments are considered and addressed as part of the EA process, please submit them prior to April 30th, 2021.

Community input will be critical to shaping the final recommendations of the Environmental Study Report (ESR).

We recognize that not everyone will be able to access this information online. If you require any special accommodation to access the project information or online material, please contact the City project contact listed below, and we will work together to best share the information with you.

Alex Corpodean, C. Tech, PACP

City Project Manager

Technologist II

acorpodean@london.ca

519-661-2489 x 8437

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