Neighbourhood Rehabilitation

Neighbourhood Rehabilitation is an annual program that ensures that the City's neighbourhood infrastructure meets current standards and is not at risk of failure due to deteriorating conditions. The scope includes:

  • Remove and replace water infrastructure (i.e. water pipes, valves, hydrants, services to property line)
  • Remove and replace sewer infrastructure (i.e. sewer pipes, manholes, services to property line)
  • Remove and replace storm infrastructure (i.e. storm pipes, manholes, catchbasins, swales)
  • Remove and replace concrete structures (i.e. sidewalks, curb and gutter)
  • Remove and replace road structure (i.e. subgrade, granular base, asphalt)
  • Improve traffic safety and walkability if possible

Timelines

Neighbourhood Rehabilitation is a complex project that occurs in existing older neighbourhoods. Typically these projects will start in May/June and are not completed until September/October.

2022 Projects

103 Street

Work includes replacement of water, sewer and road infrastructure on 103 St from 99 Ave to 98 Ave.

103 Street Concept Plan

104 Street

Work includes replacement of water, sewer and road infrastructure on 104 St from 99 Ave to 100 Ave.

104 Street Concept Plan

108 Street

The project will replace water, sewer and road infrastructure on 108 Street from 101 Ave to the end of 108 Street.

108 Street Concept Plan

Lowe Avenue

Work includes replacement of water, sewer and road infrastructure on Lowe Ave from Elizabeth Drive to Jubilee Drive.

Lowe Avenue Concept Plan