The City of Toronto has initiated an addendum to the Sherwood Creek-Burke Brook Fish Passage Restoration, a study completed in 2006. This addendum will determine potential changes to the recommendations identified in the final report regarding the segment of Burke Brook from east of Bayview Avenue (north of Glenvale Boulevard) to the confluence at West Don River.
This study will include the outfalls, sanitary sewers and maintenance holes related to the City’s stormwater and sanitary system. This study will not examine trail conditions or recommend improvements to trails, forestry or ravine amenities.
To participate in this study and receive updates by email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the project contact list.
The following components of the City’s infrastructure that will be assessed in this study include:
Notice of Study (February 26, 2021)
A number of severe storm events since the completion of the 2006 study have caused significant erosion within Burke Brook. The City’s infrastructure at risk of this erosion include:
The potential risks to City infrastructure as a result of erosion:
Some photos that illustrate the risks include:
This study will investigate and analyse the stream processes and current conditions impacting the stormwater and sanitary sewer infrastructure within the Burke Brook and undertake forecasting work to help predict future scenarios and/or impacts. Solutions can then be developed to help mitigate or prevent those future scenarios and ensure local the City’s infrastructure in Burke Brook can continue to operate and service residents and businesses.
The study will carry out the requirements for an addendum to a completed Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, ‘Schedule B’ (please contact us to request a copy). This study will carry out the following steps to complete the addendum:
Notification to the community will be provided when a range of alternative solution(s) have been developed. The notice will include descriptions of the alternative solution(s) and request for community input and feedback.
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