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As part of the development of the Recreation Master Plan, the City initiated the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment or Class EA process to address any infrastructure required to implement the Harbour West Concept. It was identified that improvements to the breakwater were needed to adequately protect the existing marina and any future expansion, and that improvements to the shoreline were needed to address structural issues and improve public safety, as well as meet flood standards.
Study status: Completed. Currently in the design and construction phrase.
Classification: Breakwater infrastructure has been completed as a Schedule C project. Shoreline improvements have been completed as a Schedule B project.
Media releases and notices
Study documents and project reports
Committee and Council reports
Public Information Centre
Held June 12, 2012
Presented the Phase 3 and Phase 4 findings, including a preferred plan for the shoreline protection and floating breakwater. Information on potential effects and mitigation was also presented. Notice (PDF, 152 KB) Display panels (PDF, 11.8 MB)
Held May 24, 2012
Presented the project context and an overview of the shoreline and breakwater alternatives. Presentation (PDF, 7.3 MB)
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 5109
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