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Road Construction Project, EN1270

​Mapleview Drive East, Prince William Way to Collector Rd 11

Expansion of Mapleview Drive East, including installation of a sanitary sewer, and roadway urbanization with a continuous concrete median with adjacent multi-use trail, between Prince William Way and Collector Rd 11.

Project Updates

August 26, 2021

Construction is expected to start August 30, 2021. See traffic impacts.

Previous Updates

July 2021

The City's Infrastructure Department in conjunction with the Hewitt's Creek Land Owner's Group has completed the public tendering process to hire a contractor to complete the sanitary sewer construction from Prince William Way to Collector Rd 11. The City expects the awarded contractor to begin construction in August 2021, completing the sanitary sewer by the end of the year.

Project Features

The expansion works will include:

  • Urbanization of the roadway including concrete median, curb and gutter, and improved storm water management infrastructure
  • Sanitary sewer to service new developments
  • Multi-use trail on the north side and sidewalk on the south
  • Roadway illumination 



The project is split into three phases.

Complete Phase 1 – Sanitary Sewer from Hewitt’s Creek to East of Prince William Way
Aug 30 – Dec 31, 2021 Phase 2 – Sanitary Sewer from East of Prince William Way to Collector Rd 11
​2023 ​Phase 3 – Roadway urbanization

Traffic Impacts

To facilitate construction occasional lane closures will be in place. Residents and motorists can expect delays in traffic movement​ periodically throughout the construction season. Any traffic restrictions will be controlled by trained traffic control persons.

Affected Services

Water, Sanitary, Hydro, Telephone, Cable TV, and Gas services should not be affected by the construction, barring any unforeseen circumstances. Access for emergency service vehicles will always be maintained.

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