The Municipality of Kincardine determines future road construction projects by reviewing known problems, location and underground services and comparing to available funding. Council gives final approval during the budget process. Information about current bids and tenders can be found online. View road and sidewalk closures as a result of ongoing construction projects.

 

 Highway 21 Study - Ministry of Transportation

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has retained Stantec Consulting Ltd. to complete the Detail Design and Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for the Highway 21 intersection improvements at Kincardine Avenue and Russell Street in Kincardine, Ontario, as shown on the key plan below.

Traffic staging during construction will be confirmed as the study progresses, but lane closures and flagging operations are anticipated.

Construction timing is subject to funding approvals, but the proposed improvements for each intersection are as follows:

 

Highway 21 and Kincardine Avenue:

  • New traffic signals
  • New illumination
  • Drainage improvements
  • Pavement resurfacing
  • Addition of left turn lane in the eastbound and westbound directions on Kincardine Avenue

 

Highway 21 and Russell Street:

  • New traffic signals
  • New illumination
  • Drainage improvements
  • Pavement resurfacing
  • Addition of left turn lane in the northbound direction on Highway 21
  • Addition of a future left turn lane in the southbound direction on Highway 21
  • Addition of a future right turn lane in the northbound direction on Highway 21
  • Addition of left turn lane in the eastbound direction on Russell Street
  • Addition of new east leg up to MTO ROW, to accommodate a future development. 

 

Highway 21 Study Area Map - Ministry of Transportation

Culvert Replacement on Bervie Sideroad

This notice is being issued to advise residents of an impending road closure on Bervie Sideroad to facilitate the installation of a pre-cast concrete box culvert, which spans the Hewitt-Hodgins Municipal Drain, 0.8 km North of MTO Road 9, in the Municipality of Kincardine. 

It is anticipated that the road closure will begin August 9th, 2021 and extend for a period of 2 weeks, concluding on August 23rd, 2021.

bervie map

Public Notice

 Durham, Lambton and Saugeen St Reconstruction

 The limits of the work are Durham street from the west end to Queen St, Saugeen Street from Durham to Lambton, and Lambton St from the west end to Huron Terrace including the parking lot at the west end of Lambton St.

The project will include watermain, sanitary sewer and storm infrastructure upgrades with full road reconstruction, sidewalks and lighting. Construction is set to start on July 5, 2021 for approximately 20 weeks.  See public notice below for more details.

Public Notice June 29, 2021

Presentation

 Maple Street Reconstruction Project - Tiverton
  • The limits of the work are from Main Street (Co. Rd 15) to the end of Maple Street, east of Smith Street. 
  • As part of the project, Maple Street will be reconstructed to a municipal standard; the culvert spanning Maple Street, will be replaced; a forcemain is to be installed as well as the installation of services for a future development.

 

Maple Street Reconstruction - Public  Notice - April 14 2021 

Maple Street Virtual Open House 

 

Kincardine Business Park 9/21: Servicing for phase 1 is being installed
  • Work includes servicing for Durham St extension, upgrades along Millennium Way and connection to the Russell St extension.
  • The Durham extension will remain in gravel for the balance of 2020 to allow private utilities to place their infrastructure.
  • Completion of the Durham St road extension will be completed in the spring of 2021.
  • Work to be completed by June 2020 pertaining to underground servicing.
  • Servicing work being completed to expand developable lands footprint.
 Natural Gas

This spring, we will be coming back to your community to finish connecting customers who signed up for service in 2020. You can expect to see similar construction activity as we locate underground utilities and install service lines on properties so customers can begin using natural gas.


In its pure state, natural gas has no smell, taste or colour, so, at this time, we will also be adding Methyl Mercaptan to the gas to make it smell like rotten eggs or Sulphur.
If you smell sulphur or rotten eggs in the area, we ask that you call EPCOR at 1-888-765-2256. While natural gas leaks are rare, they will respond immediately to any calls about an odour of this nature.

Notices and information sheets from EPCOR can be found below:

 

Please click on this link Construction Notice for your Area for more information 

 

For additional information please visit Epcor at https://www.epcor.com/southernbruce

  Huron Terrace Forcemain Replacement-Huron Terrace, Gordon, Queen and Kincardine Ave

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE:

 

Blackwell Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Please be advised The County of Bruce will be undertaking the Blackwell Bridge Rehabilitation Project .The work is focused on concrete patching, drainage improvements, waterproofing, barrier replacement and deck resurfacing. The work will be carried out under single lane closures with alternating traffic.

The bridge will be under construction from April 5th until June 11th and the contract has been awarded to Van Driel Construction. 

Blackwell Bridge Location Map:
Blackwell-Bridge-Location

 

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