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Notice of Public Information Centre: Mill Street Environmental Assessment

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Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

The Town of Caledon is currently assessing improvements to Mill Street between Mississauga Road and Creditview Road. The purpose of this assessment is to identify the required improvements to the road including considerations for pedestrians, cyclist activities and drainage.

As part of the study, a Community Outreach Meeting was held in May 2021, to present and obtain information on the key issues and constraints within the study area. In reviewing comments received during and after the Community Outreach Meeting, the Town has moved forward with the development and evaluation of alternative solutions and the determination of a preliminary recommended solution.

In developing a recommended design, the study will consider a range of options for the road including but not limited to:

  • Road rehabilitation
  • Road and intersection improvements
  • Active transportation (pedestrian and cyclist) amenities
  • Drainage improvements

Within the study limits, Mill Street will retain the two general-purpose lanes, however various options will be evaluated to enhance safety, improve traffic and to better accommodate all road users.

The study is being completed as a Schedule “B” project in accordance with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, amended in 2007, 2011 & 2015).

Notice of Virtual Public Information Centre (PIC)

A virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) will be held on October 5, 2021 at 6 pm to present the preliminary recommended solution. The session will consist of a presentation by the Town followed by a Q&A period. Questions can be submitted prior to the event to the contacts below.

View this article on the Town of Caledon website for more information.

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