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Thu, 21 Nov 2019
We’re taking steps to build a better shoreline. Join us at our upcoming open house to learn more and share your input:
Wednesday, December 11
6 to 8 p.m., drop-in anytime
Trafalgar Park Community Centre,
Multipurpose Room 3
133 Rebecca Street
The Town of Oakville is assessing shoreline protection needs at Vista Promenade and Water’s Edge Park, bordered by Bronte Heritage Park to the west and Water’s Edge Drive to the east. The current shoreline protection measures in place have deteriorated over the years, and this deterioration has accelerated given recent high lake water levels.
Once shoreline protection work is complete, the town will explore opportunities to improve this section of waterfront trail. Changes may include accessibility improvements, asphalt paving, pathway widening, drainage improvements and tree planting.
This open house is a drop-in format where town staff and the project consultant will be on-hand to answer questions and collect feedback on the preliminary shoreline protection design.
If you are attending the open house and have any accessibility needs, please let us know as soon as possible by filling out the accessible online feedback form on oakville.ca or by contacting one of the project representatives:
Diana Friesen, B.Sc., C.E.T.
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 3904 (TTY 905-338-4200)
416-487-4756, ext. 223
Visit our Vista Promenade Shoreline Rehabilitation page to learn more about this project.