Niagara Stone Road (Regional Road 55) Rehabilitation
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About the Project

Niagara Region is reconstructing Niagara Stone Road in Niagara-on-the-Lake from Four Mile Creek Road to Line 1 to address:

  • Road capacity
  • Road conditions
  • Infrastructure improvements
  • Street scaping and urban design improvements
  • Overhead utility conversion to underground

This project is in partnership with the Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara-on-the-Lake Hydro.

Businesses will stay open during construction. Every effort will be made to minimize the potential impact to local businesses.

There will be an alternate route posted for the construction period when lane restrictions are in place. Signage stating that road is open, but expect delays will be placed at the limits of construction.

Project Timeline

May 2015 - COMPLETED
Schedule "C" Municipal Class Environmental Assessment

January 2022 - COMPLETED
Tender for construction works

July 2022 - COMPLETED
Reissue construction tender

Sept. 22, 2022 - COMPLETED
Council approval on construction contract

Jan. 25, 2023
Public Information Centre #1

February/ March 2023
Construction starts

Fall 2023
Construction completion


Mike Wilson, A.Sc.T., PMP
Niagara Region
Manager of Capital Projects
905-980-6000 ext. 3183
Email Mike Wilson

Public Information Centre #1

Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 5 - 7 p.m.

Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre (Simpson Room)
14 Anderson Lane

Attend the Public Information Centre to learn about the construction plans and details.

Construction Update

Niagara Stone Road (Regional Road 55) will remain open to through traffic during construction and businesses will remain open.

There is an alternate route available for those wanting to avoid the construction area / construction delays.

Image Gallery

Niagara Stone Road

Reports and Documents

  • Appendix G - Preferred alternative design from the Environmental Assessment
This map shows the location on Park Rd. where the new watermain (500 mm) will be constructed to the north and south of Ridge Rd. in Grimsby. It also shows the location of the new Grimsby Water Storage System (15 ml) and the location of the existing water reservoir.
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