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The Town of Oakville has completed a detailed study of the Sheldon Creek system to identify flood-prone sites in an effort to determine the most viable and responsible mitigation options to reduce flood risk.
The study is being carried out in accordance with the requirements as described in the Municipal Engineers Association’s Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) document (October 2000, as amended in 2015), approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. The Class EA process includes public and agency consultation, an evaluation of flood reduction alternatives, an assessment of the potential environmental effects of the proposed improvements, and identification of reasonable measures to help reduce any adverse impacts.
The Project File has been prepared to document the planning and decision-making process for this study. The Project File is being placed on the public record from November 17, 2021 to January 16, 2022.
Interested persons may provide written comments to one of the Project Team members listed below by January 16, 2022.
Two open houses were held during the course of the study. Review the documents from the public meeting:
Diana Friesen, BSc. C.E.T
Water Resources Technologist
905-845-6601 ext. 3904
Aaron Farrell, M.Eng. P.Eng. CPM
Project Manager, Wood