Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the Colborne Street (East) Slope Stabilization 

The City of Brantford has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Schedule 'C' for a section of Colborne Street.

What is a "Class Environmental Assessment"?

A Class Environmental Assessment is a document that sets out a standardized planning process for which the applicant is responsible. A class environmental assessment is approved under the Environmental Assessment Act and applies to projects that are carried out routinely and have predictable environmental effects that can be readily managed.

Colborne Street - East Slope Stabilization Map

Public Consultation

Three Public Information Centres will be held to provide interested parties with an opportunity to review and discuss issues related to the project. The first will be held:

Thursday, September 13, 2018
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Mohawk Park Pavilion
51 Lynnwood Drive, Brantfor

Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Colborne Street East - PIC Presentation Sept. 13, 2018 (PDF)

The study area includes approximately 1,200 metres along Colborne Street between Linden Avenue and Johnson Road, including the embankment extending to the Grand River. This study is intended to identify and evaluate alternatives, as well as to develop concepts to improve, manage or mitigate slope stability concerns in the study area.

An Environmental Study Report will be prepared and posted for public review and comment once the study has been completed. The report will detail the planning process and provide the preferred alternative. A Notice of Completion will be issued at that time.

If you have any comments or questions regarding this study, please contact:

Matt Welsh C.Tech., PMP
Project Coordinator

Design and Construction
Public Works Commission
City of Brantford
100 Wellington Square
519-759-4150 Ext 5446
mwelsh@brantford.ca

Jeff Prince, P. Eng
Senior Project Manager

Ecosystem Recovery Inc.
80 Courtland Ave East, Unit 2
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 2T8
519-621-1500
jeff.prince@ecosystemrecovery.ca