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Studies currently in progress or recently completed by the Town of Whitby under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process are briefly described below. We will update this page with current project information as it becomes available.

 

Detailed Design for a Stormwater Quality Pond within the Pringle Creek Watershed in the Area of Manning Road and Garden Street

The Town of Whitby has commenced with the detailed design of a new Stormwater Quality Pond in the area adjacent to Pringle Creek Park. The construction of the pond is currently slated for 2014. We are holding a Public Open House at the Town Hall on December 4th (6 to 8pm) to obtain public input. The draft preliminary design  plans will be available for public review and staff will be on hand to answer any comments/questions that arise. 

 

White's Bridge over West Lynde Creek on Columbus Road 300m west of Country Lane

The Town of Whitby is conducting a Schedule B Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study to address structural and road geometry issues of White's Bridge. The study includes the identification of problems and opportunities, the evaluation of different alternatives, and the selection of a preferred solution.

Public input is invited for the planning and design of this project. As the project progresses, we will provide current project information through this website for your review and comment.

The following information is now available:

Garden Street between Dryden Boulevard and Taunton Road

The Town of Whitby has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study for Garden Street between Dryden Boulevard and Taunton Road. This project will study existing and future transportation needs on Garden Street to accommodate the anticipated growth in this area.

Public input is invited for the planning and design of this project. As the project progresses, we will provide current project information through this website for your review and comment.

The following information is now available:

CP Rail Crossing at New Coronation Road

The Town of Whitby has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study to identify a preferred solution and preliminary design for the new CP Rail Crossing at the New Coronaton Road.

This study is being carried out in accordance with the planning and design process for a Schedule 'B' project as outlined in the Municipal Engineers Association 'Municipal Class Environmental Assessment,' (October 2000, as amended in 2011).A higher level of consultation will be undertaken to ensure that all concerns and potential impacts are addressed.

Consultation is a key element of the Class EA process and input will be sought from interested stakeholders, including regulatory agencies, interested members of the public and property owners throughout the study. Two Public Information Centres (PICs) were held to provide project updates and to seek input on the presented material.  Information related to this study is available as follows:

Please call 905.430.4307 if you have accessibility issues on the above information.

Britannia Avenue West Extention Master Plan - Class EA Study

Tribute Communitites and the Town of Whitby (co-proponents) are carrying out a Master Plan - Class Environmental Assessment Study (the Study) to determine the location and characteristics of the proposed westerly extension of Britannia Avenue from east of proposed Windfields Drive to Thickson Road North. The Proposed arterial road would support planned urban growth in north Whitby and Oshawa and the orderly distribution of traffic across the broader transportation network.

Public input is invited for the planning and design of this project. As the project progresses, we will provide current project information through this website for your review and comment.

To obtain more information about this study and to provide your input via the internet, please follow the link below:

Please call 905.430.4307 if you have accessibility issues on the above information.

Other EA Studies Being Undertaken Throughout The Town of Whitby by The Region of Durham