Niagara is expected to gain 214,000 new residents and 81,000 new jobs by 2051. We need to plan now to make sure we have the water and wastewater infrastructure we need to support this growth, including water / wastewater pipes, pumping stations and water / wastewater treatment plants.
The update will be coordinated with other Regional plans including:
In 2016, Niagara Region completed a Water and Wastewater Master Servicing Plan that charted infrastructure needs to the year 2041, while maintaining levels of service. This 2021 update to the plan will incorporate recent knowledge and current priorities to ensure we can accommodate further growth expected by 2051 and beyond, as per the amended Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
The study follows the master planning process as established by the Municipal Engineer's Association Class Environmental Assessment process for Master Plans, which is an approved Ontario Environmental Assessment process. The Master Servicing Plan Update will satisfy phases 1 and 2 of the Class Environmental Assessment process, including developing and evaluating alternative servicing strategies for the Region's systems and facilities. Public and stakeholder input will be sought throughout the process and a Master Servicing Plan Update Report will be prepared and filed for public review.
april 21, 2021 - completed
Public information centre #1
905-980-6000 ext. 3777
Email Ilija Stetic
The virtual public information centre provides an introduction and overview of the Water and Wastewater Master Servicing Plan update. Niagara Region is seeking public and stakeholder input. All questions, comments and feedback will be posted on May 19.