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Design Project

Brock Park Neighbourhood Reconstruction Program

The Brock Park Neighbourhood Reconstruction Program (NRP) includes the reconstruction of all infrastructure and roadways in the Brock Park neighbourhood.

NRPs encompass multiple local roads that are in the same localized neighbourhood. All of the Right of Ways identified within each of the NRPs require similar type and amount of reconstruction work as many of the linear infrastructure (watermains, sanitary sewers and roads) were constructed in the early to mid 1950’s and have reached or nearing the end of their useful lives.

The pavement condition in this neighbourhood ranges from fair to very poor and most of the subsurface infrastructure is either approaching the end of its maximum potential life or has experienced age-related deterioration or physical failure. Given the age and deteriorated condition of infrastructure, other lifecycle strategies are not expected to significantly extend the existing remaining life of current assets.

Full reconstruction of the right of way will improve service levels to the community and also allow the City to monitor the performance of the assets over time and bundle the application of future lifecycle activities together. This will reduce capital and operating costs in the long term, minimize disruption to the community, and limit environmental damages from construction. Learn about pavement management.

Impacted Road Segments

Phase 1:

  • Innisfil Street - Dyments Creek to John Street
  • John Street - Innisfil Street to Bradford Street
  • Frederick Street - Innisfil Street to end of road

Phase 2:

  • Innisfil Street - John Street to Bunkers Creek
  • Sanford Street - Vespra Street to Brock Street
  • Victoria Street - Innisfil Street to Bradford Street
  • Vespra Street - Innisfil Street to Bradford Street​​

Project Features

  • Road reconstruction
  • Watermain replacement
  • Sanitary sewer and lateral replacement 
  • Storm sewer installation   
  • Culvert Construction
  • Sidewalk installation / replacement
  • Traffic signal replacement
  • Street lighting replacement


Design 2019–2022
Utility Relocations  Phase 1: 2021
Phase 2: 2024–2025
​Construction​Phase 1: 2022–2023
Phase 2: 2025–2027

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