Old Mill Station Bus Roadway and Platform Improvements

Posted in Construction Notices, Ward 5


Starting Monday, May 28, the TTC will begin work to rehabilitate the bus roadway and passenger platform at Old Mill Station. The majority of the work will be completed in phases in order to maintain bus service through the loop as long as possible. The station will remain open and accessible during the project, and buses will continue to operate to and from station. Work is expected to take place from May 28 to December 2018.

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[May 2018 UPDATE] Queensway Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Posted in Construction Notices, Road Work, Ward 5



There may be scattered pylons and barrels around the Queensway Bridge construction area that crosses over the Humber River.

The Contractor and Site Inspector confirm that the pylons and barrels are necessary for work soon to take place. They are on-site relieving of any possible hazards. 

More information will be posted in our upcoming June eNewsletter. Sign-up here.

As always please do let us know of any concerns you have around #ward5etobicoke

Upcoming Public Consultation on New Dust Control Measures

Posted in City Wide, Construction Notices, Development


📸 by @DurhamRadioNews


The City is considering new requirements for dust control measures for construction dust, specifically dust created by cutting stone, rock, concrete, tile and insulation for residential construction.

Residents are invited to have their say at a public meeting on Tuesday, May 15th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at North York Civic Centre, Committee Room 1.

Residents who cannot attend the consultation in person, but would like to provide comments can email mlsfeedback@toronto.ca.

A report is expected at the July 6th Licensing and Standards Committee.

Trenchless Structural Lining of Sewer Main on Leland Ave. from Fernalroy Blvd. to Spring Garden Rd.

Posted in Construction Notices, Ward 5



The rehabilitation of the nearby sewer main involves flushing the sewer with high pressure water to remove any debris and installing a structural liner which will adhere to the existing pipe to form a new pipe wall. Access to the sewer is made through maintenance holes on the street; in most cases,
excavation is not required.

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