St. Anthony Road Reconstruction

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About this project

The City will be reconstructing St. Anthony Road from Hyde Park Road to Hampton Crescent to repair the road. Construction is expected to start in summer 2021 and anticipated to be completed by fall 2021. Please note that sidewalks have been removed from the project and the street will be rebuilt without them.

This spring, you may see City staff in this area marking trees that are planned to be removed due to poor health or construction related issues.


Proposed work details

  • The full road would be removed and reconstructed
  • A new watermain from Hampton Crescent to Hartson Crescent would be installed
  • Catchbasins would be replaced
  • New fire hydrants would be installed
  • A new curb and gutter would be built
  • New asphalt would be placed
  • Some trees would be removed during this work, and new trees will be planted the following year by the City

The street would remain open to local vehicle traffic with a few possible disruptions to driveway access at different points in the project. Lawns will be restored at the end of the project with topsoil and sod.

For more information about trees and potential impacts, please view the narrated project update or contact the Project Manager.

A map of St. Anthony Road. For more information, assistance, or to ask questions, please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca


Above: The above map shows the project limits. The City of London will reconstruct St. Anthony Road from Hyde Park Road to Hampton Crescent.


Ongoing public engagement

The project team has recorded a narrated project update for residents to learn about project details and impacts. Please note that new sidewalks are no longer part of this project. The recorded presentation was made prior to removing sidewalks from the design.

You can leave any questions or comments below. Please don't hesitate to contact the Project Manager if you have any questions, or would like to request information in an alternate format.

About this project

The City will be reconstructing St. Anthony Road from Hyde Park Road to Hampton Crescent to repair the road. Construction is expected to start in summer 2021 and anticipated to be completed by fall 2021. Please note that sidewalks have been removed from the project and the street will be rebuilt without them.

This spring, you may see City staff in this area marking trees that are planned to be removed due to poor health or construction related issues.


Proposed work details

  • The full road would be removed and reconstructed
  • A new watermain from Hampton Crescent to Hartson Crescent would be installed
  • Catchbasins would be replaced
  • New fire hydrants would be installed
  • A new curb and gutter would be built
  • New asphalt would be placed
  • Some trees would be removed during this work, and new trees will be planted the following year by the City

The street would remain open to local vehicle traffic with a few possible disruptions to driveway access at different points in the project. Lawns will be restored at the end of the project with topsoil and sod.

For more information about trees and potential impacts, please view the narrated project update or contact the Project Manager.

A map of St. Anthony Road. For more information, assistance, or to ask questions, please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca


Above: The above map shows the project limits. The City of London will reconstruct St. Anthony Road from Hyde Park Road to Hampton Crescent.


Ongoing public engagement

The project team has recorded a narrated project update for residents to learn about project details and impacts. Please note that new sidewalks are no longer part of this project. The recorded presentation was made prior to removing sidewalks from the design.

You can leave any questions or comments below. Please don't hesitate to contact the Project Manager if you have any questions, or would like to request information in an alternate format.

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