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Poyntz Street Reconstruction

The City is planning for the reconstruction of Poyntz St. The project is being prompted by the need to install a transmission watermain to service the east end of Barrie. The existing infrastructure along the roadway is also nearing the end of its useful life and requires replacement.

The project is expected to be tendered in the spring of 2020 with construction commencing in summer 2020. To reduce traffic congestion in the area the construction will be phased over two years (see map image). 

Project Features

Dunlop Street
(approx. 50 metres west of Poyntz to Poyntz)

  •  watermain installation
  • road repaving including curbs, sidewalks, and boulevard

Poyntz Street (Dunlop to Berczy) & Berczy Street (Poyntz to Codrington)

  • watermain installation including new services to property line
  • storm and sanitary sewer installation including sanitary services to property line
  • curbs and sidewalks
  • full road replacement including granular material and asphalt
  • topsoil and sod in the boulevards and matching in near property line
  • driveway repaving to the property line

Codrington Street
(approx. 65 Metres west of Berczy to approx. 30 metres east of Berczy)

  • watermain installation including new services to property line
  • storm and a portion of the sanitary sewer installation including sanitary services to property line
  • curbs and sidewalks; full road replacement including granular material and asphalt
  • topsoil and sod in the boulevards and matching in near property line
  • driveway repaving to the property line

Affected Services

Generally, services will not be affected. Services such as Bell, Rogers, Enbridge, Alectra should not be affected. Occasional disruptions to the water supply may occur as the existing watermain and services to property line are being replaced.

The work will require a local road closure. Access to local traffic and emergency vehicles will be maintained through construction.

 

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