Major construction sites in 2020

Once again this year, the City will continue to invest in renovating and maintaining municipal infrastructures at a substantial pace in order to guarantee that streets, sidewalks, and public utilities are in good condition for the next 50 years.

Click on the projects below for more details.

Reconstruction of the roadway on Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road

Between Des Sources Boulevard and Raynor Avenue
Budget: $770,000 tax included – Work fully subsidized by the Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Habitation
Timeline: May to July 2020, finishing work will be in fall 2020

Project descrption:

  • Reinforcing the road foundation
  • Reconstructing the roadway
  • Reconstructing the curbs and sidewalks
  • Reconstructing damaged sections of sanitary and storm sewer lines

Traffic interruptions to be expected during the work are as follows:

  • Closure of Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road between Raynor Drive and Des Sources Boulevard.
  • Closure of the Autoroute 20 exit ramp 53 toward Lakebreeze Avenue. Access to residences will be maintained via Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road. Residents who live between exit 51 (near the Canoe Kayak Club) and Raynor Drive will be detoured west when leaving. They will be able to return home the same way.
  • Bus routes will be interrupted and detours will be provided. Although the content in the informational video specifies that the bus routes will be maintained during the work, and update has since been made. It has been decided that detours would be made by the buses to ensure everyone’s safety.

Reconstruction of de Yonge Crescent Avenue

Budget: $1,593,760 tax included
Timeline: May to August 2020, finishing work will be in fall 2020

Project description:

  • Replacing the existing water supply and sanitary sewer line
  • Backfilling the drainage ditch and adding a storm sewer
  • Reconstructing the roadway
  • Adding a concrete gutter on each side of the street

Reconstruction of Vincennes Avenues

North of Belmont Avenue

Budget: $1,426,540 tax included
Timeline: June to September 2020, finishing work will be in fall 2020

Project description:

  • Replacing the existing water supply and sanitary sewer line
  • Backfilling the drainage ditch and adding a storm sewer
  • Reconstructing the roadway
  • Adding a sidewalk on the east side and a concrete gutter the west side between Belmont and Summerhill avenues
  • Adding a concrete gutter on each side of the street north of Summerhill Avenue

This work is combined with the construction currently underway on de Yonge Crescent Avenue. To know more about stages of the work, plesae refer to de Yonge Crescent Avenue’s explanatory video.

Reconstruction of Oakridge Avenue

Between Duke-of-Kent and Douglas-Shand avenues
Budget: $1,365,760 tax included
Timeline: May to August 2020, landscaping work at the end of September 2020 and laying of the second layer of asphalt at the end of June 2021

Project description:

  • Replacing the existing water main, sanitary sewer lines, residential utilities and street lights
  • Adding a storm sewer network with a underground hydrodynamic separator
  • Backfill the ditches and installation of secondary catch basins (in the grass) when required
  • Removing the existing secondary drainage under driveways
  • Reconstructing the roadway with curbs on both sides of the street
  • Restoring the site and marking the pavement

Reconstruction of de Dieppe Avenue

Between Maywood and Karin avenues
Budget: $1,406,563 tax included
Timeline: May to August 2020, landscaping work at the end of September 2020 and laying of the second layer of asphalt at the end of June 2021

Project description:

  • Replacing the existing water main, sanitary sewer lines and residential utilities
  • Adding a storm sewer network with a underground hydrodynamic separator
  • Backfill the ditches and installation of secondary catch basins (in the grass) when required
  • Removing the existing secondary drainage under driveways
  • Reconstructing the roadway with curbs on both sides of the street
  • Restoring the site and marking the pavement

Reconstruction of Buckingham Avenue

Budget: $1,465,000 tax included
Timeline: June to October 2020, laying of the second layer of asphalt in September 2021

Project description:

  • Replacing the existing water main, sanitary sewer lines and residential utilities
  • Adding a storm sewer network with a underground hydrodynamic separator
  • Backfill the ditches and installation of secondary catch basins (in the grass) when required
  • Removing the existing secondary drainage under driveways
  • Reconstructing the roadway with curbs on both sides of the street
  • Restoring the site and marking the pavement

General information

General information for all construction sites

Certificate of authorization - Planning Department

To widen your driveway or replace the service connections (from the house to the property line) you must submit your request to the Planning Department.

Processing time for a full application: 30 days

Information on permits

urbanisme@pointe-claire.ca

514-630-1206

Collections

For the collections, leave your bins, bags of leaves, bulky and mattresses, sofas and armchairs at the end of your driveway before 7 a.m. the day of the collection. The contractor is responsible for moving them in order for your waste to be collected.

Waste collection calendar and guide

Claims

A  claim must be sent within 15 days to the Legal Affaires and City Clerk`s office. You may take date stamped pictures of the interior and exterior of your residence before the start of the construction.

Information on claims

Residents with reduced mobility

If you or another resident in the work zone has limited mobility or any other issue that may be impacted by the work, please contact the Engineering Department at 514-630-1208 or at ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca.

We will work with the contractor in assisting the individuals affected.

Moving

If you are planning a move, we ask that you please contact the Engineering Department at 514-630-1208 or at ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca as soon possible so that we can coordinate a schedule that works for everyone.

Watering the grass

The contractor will lay sod in the areas indicated by the site supervisor. The City holds a guarantee for all the work carried out by the contractor. Maintenance  of the new lawn is the responsibility of the residents.

COVID-19

The City and contractor will follow the new CNESST standards for COVID-19 while ensuring the safety of all people on site, including residents.

Thank you for keeping a two metre distance from all personnel on site at all times.