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Capital Projects

2022 Capital Projects:

Roads Department:

  • Ditch enclosure and new sidewalk install on Glenwood (from Oakwood to Parkwood) and on Parkwood (from Glenwood to Tackeberry).  This project will span over a 3 year period (2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Rural Road Rehabilitation will include Northmount Road, Regal Road and Hillside Road (2022)
  • Ditching Program will see the elimination of ditches on Pinewood Road which will support the installation of sidewalks (2022)


  • Will continue with traffic cabinets replacement, upgrade additional intersections to utilize detection cameras, upgrade signals to audible systems for accessibility standards, and install networking software for a central control system (2022)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Sewer and Water

Flush Watermains

  • This project is designed to clean existing watermains thereby extending the lifecycle and identifying problem infrastructure that can then be repaired in non-emergency situations.  The program is recommended as a best practice by the Ministry of Environment and Climate change.  Estimated budget is approximately $200,000.                                                                                                                                                               

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plant Digester #4 Replacement

  • This project will replace Digester #4 as its past its useful life.  Estimated budget is approximately $1,500,000.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Electrical Upgrades:

  • This project provides for the upgrades of the electrical systems at the North Bay Wastewater Treatment Facility.  The upgrades follow an electrical master plan which meets current ESA codes and standards and provide redundancy and additionally reliability for the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  This is an ongoing project over several years with approximately $200,000 of upgrades annually.

Water Reservoir Upgrades

  • This project provides for the upgrade to piping, valves, chemical closing, instrumentation and controls.  There are four water standpipes, a reservoir, three stations and five buildings that this project will fund. (2022 on-going)
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