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Halton Region Watermain, Wastewater Main Construction coming to Ayr Place and Lomond Crescent in Burlington spring 2020


The following letter was delivered to residents regarding watermain and wastewater main work coming to Burlington’s Ward 4 from Halton Region’s Public Works Engineering & Construction Department:

February 11, 2019

Watermain and Wastewater Main Improvements on Ayr Place and Watermain Improvements on Lomond Crescent, Ward 4, City of Burlington, Our File: PR-3269

Dear Resident/Property Owner:

Halton Region is planning to replace the watermain and wastewater main on Ayr Place, and the watermain on Lomond Crescent in the City of Burlington, as part of its ongoing asset renewal program (see attached map).

The construction of this project is tentatively scheduled to begin in spring 2020. A more detailed letter will be sent out once the proposed construction dates are established.

As part of the project design process, Halton Region staff will be surveying, locating and marking aboveground and underground infrastructure within this area. Please do not disturb or remove any stakes or paint markings from your property. Our staff will remove them once the survey work is completed.

It may be necessary for our staff to enter your property to determine the elevation of your basement. Regional staff will visit your home to request your permission prior to entry. Please note all Regional staff carry photo identification.

This project is part of Building a Better Halton, the Region’s infrastructure construction plan for roads, water, wastewater, and waste management projects across Halton Region.

For more information on Regional construction projects, please visit

If you have any questions or require additional information, please dial 311 or contact Kane Roche directly at 905-825-6000 (toll-free: 1-866-442-5866), ext. 3402, or by email at

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