Notice of Sewer Work in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward

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Over the next 4-6 weeks, extensive sewer work will be occurring in the South Winnipeg–St. Norbert ward.   Residents and business owners will receive an information package explaining the process at least 24 hours before the work begins, recommending that you take some simple precautions to help prevent water damage in your home or building.

PLEASE NOTE:  If you plan on being away for holidays and would like more information as soon as possible, contact:

  • Chris Mitchell of AECOM, project consultant, during regular business hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm):
  • Outside of regular business hours, please call 311 or E-Mail 311@winnipeg.ca

 

LOCATIONS OF SEWER WORK

  • 2 and 3 Baldry Bay
  • 1182 and 1183 Chancellor Drive
  • 588 to 624 Cloutier Drive
  • 65 Cornell Drive
  • 315 to 327 Dalhousie Drive
  • 45 De La Digue Avenue
  • 3 to 15 Fordham Bay
  • 374 to 397 Houde Drive
  • 158 Lake Grove Bay
  • 104 to 165 Le Maire Street
  • 947 to 969 Lemay Avenue
  • 2 Lake Lindero Road
  • 30 to 75 Macalester Bay
  • 991 to 995 Markham Road
  • 2235 to 2295 Pembina Highway
  • 2615 Pembina Highway to Bison Drive
  • 3514, 3525 to 3537, and 3540 Pembina Highway
  • 50 to 88 Southpark Drive
  • 1 Stormont Drive
  • 2 Swan Lake Bay

PROJECT DETAILS

There are two phases to this project:.

Phase 1:  Cleaning the sewer, which will begin shortly.

Phase 2:  Involves installing a new liner in the sewer, and will take place this summer.

During both phases of the project:

  • The work in front of your home/business will take about 4-6 hours.
  • The contractor will deliver an information package at least 24 hours before the work begins.  The package recommends that residents/business owners take some simple precautions to help prevent water damage in your home or building.

During construction, please note:

  • Your water service will not be interrupted.
  • There may be brief interruptions in your sewer service, but this will be coordinated with residents/business owners in advance.
  • Very noisy equipment will be running.
  • Traffic on your street will be restricted to local access only.
  • There will be some parking restrictions.
  • Stay safe!  To keep your children and pets safe, please keep them away from the construction site at all times.

The City of Winnipeg will restore any damaged boulevard and pavement areas as soon as possible.  We understand that this project may cause you some inconvenience and we appreciate your patience.

 

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions and require more information, please contact:

  • Chris Mitchell of AECOM, project consultant, during regular business hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
  • Outside of regular business hours, please call 311 or E-Mail 311@winnipeg.ca

 

 

 

 

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