Stanley Ave. Business Park Watermain Replacement

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The City of Niagara Falls (City) has initiated a project to complete the watermain replacement on Don Murie St. from Earl Thomas Ave. to Stanley Ave. and Earl Thomas Ave. from Don Murie St. to Progress St. A brief description of the planned work has been provided below for your information.

Roadworks
Don Murie St. and Earl Thomas Ave. within the project area will only be restored within the limits of the trench, including the restoration of curb and gutter, asphalt pavement and concrete sidewalk.

Boulevards
Damage to your boulevard will be repaired in full. Driveway aprons will be repaired with a clean cut across the driveway width and asphalt will be restored with asphalt, concrete with concrete, etc. Decorative or landscaping items (shrubs, hedges, fences, gardens, boulders, etc.) encroaching on City property, within the proposed trench, should be removed or relocated off City property prior to construction. Larger plantings removed or damaged during construction such as shrubs, hedges, trees, etc., will not be replaced; however, all efforts will be made to salvage smaller shrubs and vegetation for replanting where possible.

Road/Lane Closures
Construction will require road or lane closures on Don Murie St. (Earl Thomas Ave. to Stanley Ave.) and Earl Thomas Ave. (Don Murie St. to Progress St.). Road or lane closures will be posted on the City’s website. Property access impacted by the road/lane closures will receive notification in advance of construction.

Schedule
Please note that the City’s construction schedule is tentative and subject to change based on coordination needs with Regional projects, availability of the City’s Contractor, scheduling of private utility relocations and receipt of the necessary easements, permits and approvals. Tentatively, the City is proposing that construction commence in summer 2022 and work being substantially completed in the fall of 2022.

Virtual Public Information Centre: March 18th until April 10th, 2022.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City will be hosting a Public Information Centre (PIC) online. This virtual PIC presents information on the project, including the scope, design drawings and more.

A three-week question submission period will be open from March 18th until April 10th, 2022.

The City has identified a few Frequently Asked Questions relating to the project. Responses to these questions are posted in the side bar.

We want to hear from you! To submit questions or comments, please use one of the following methods:

  • Phone: please contact the City's Senior Project Manager, Steven Kizlan at 905-356-7521 ext. 4288.
  • Online Form: available below

Please note that information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, please note all comments will become part of the public record.

The City of Niagara Falls (City) has initiated a project to complete the watermain replacement on Don Murie St. from Earl Thomas Ave. to Stanley Ave. and Earl Thomas Ave. from Don Murie St. to Progress St. A brief description of the planned work has been provided below for your information.

Roadworks
Don Murie St. and Earl Thomas Ave. within the project area will only be restored within the limits of the trench, including the restoration of curb and gutter, asphalt pavement and concrete sidewalk.

Boulevards
Damage to your boulevard will be repaired in full. Driveway aprons will be repaired with a clean cut across the driveway width and asphalt will be restored with asphalt, concrete with concrete, etc. Decorative or landscaping items (shrubs, hedges, fences, gardens, boulders, etc.) encroaching on City property, within the proposed trench, should be removed or relocated off City property prior to construction. Larger plantings removed or damaged during construction such as shrubs, hedges, trees, etc., will not be replaced; however, all efforts will be made to salvage smaller shrubs and vegetation for replanting where possible.

Road/Lane Closures
Construction will require road or lane closures on Don Murie St. (Earl Thomas Ave. to Stanley Ave.) and Earl Thomas Ave. (Don Murie St. to Progress St.). Road or lane closures will be posted on the City’s website. Property access impacted by the road/lane closures will receive notification in advance of construction.

Schedule
Please note that the City’s construction schedule is tentative and subject to change based on coordination needs with Regional projects, availability of the City’s Contractor, scheduling of private utility relocations and receipt of the necessary easements, permits and approvals. Tentatively, the City is proposing that construction commence in summer 2022 and work being substantially completed in the fall of 2022.

Virtual Public Information Centre: March 18th until April 10th, 2022.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City will be hosting a Public Information Centre (PIC) online. This virtual PIC presents information on the project, including the scope, design drawings and more.

A three-week question submission period will be open from March 18th until April 10th, 2022.

The City has identified a few Frequently Asked Questions relating to the project. Responses to these questions are posted in the side bar.

We want to hear from you! To submit questions or comments, please use one of the following methods:

  • Phone: please contact the City's Senior Project Manager, Steven Kizlan at 905-356-7521 ext. 4288.
  • Online Form: available below

Please note that information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, please note all comments will become part of the public record.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

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