Construction Projects - Ward 3
(Click the name of the project for information)
Asphalt Resurfacing on Various Streets
Jaywin Circle - from Denmar Road to Denmar Road
Hoover Drive - from Twyn Rivers Drive to Littleford Street
Sideline 22 - at the CP Rail Crossing north of Regional Road #5
Dellbrook Avenue - from Valley Farm Road to Meriadoc Drive
Fieldlight Boulevard - from Rosefield Road to Glenview Road
Sideline 24 - at the CP Rail Crossing south of Regional Road #5
Roads: Seasonal Reduced Load/Weight Restriction
The 2021 Weight Restriction Season for City of Pickering roads begins March 1st and is set to end on April 30th. The actual end date will be determined following reviews of road and weather conditions toward the end of the Weight Restriction Season.
Signs will be erected on all City roads where these weight restrictions apply.
For more information, view Schedule 12 on our website for a list of full load highways, or refer to section 122 of the Highway Traffic Act.
For general enquiries or to report dangerous conditions, please contact our Customer Care Centre.
Other Road Construction Alerts
Altona Road from Kingston Road to Whitevale Road
Barber Street, full road construction from Central Street to the north terminus
Brock Road (Regional Road 1) from Montgomery Park Road to Regional Highway 47
Central Street from Sideline 20 to Brock Road (Regional Road 1)
Finch Avenue from Altona Road to Brock Road
Liverpool Road from Bayly Street to Finch Avenue East
Ninth Concession Road from Brock Road (Regional Road 1 to Lake Ridge Road (Regional Road 23)
Whitevale Road from Altona Road (Regional Road 27) to Markham-Pickering Townline Road
Bridges and Culverts
Altona Bridge - Altona Bridge Design/Approvals: located on the Uxbridge Pickering Townline, east of Sideline 30, over West Duffins Creek. The road will be closed from September 14, 2020 to January 14, 2021.
Parks and Trails
Centennial Park Picnic Shelter and Amenities - Installation of a picnic shelter, asphalt pathways connecting all the park amenities and tree planting.
Claremont Memorial Park Baseball Diamond Reconstruction - Work includes the shifting of the diamond to provide a deeper right field, replacement of the existing backstop and first base line fence with a higher structure to provide added protection for the parking lot, construction of a new outfield fence and warning track, and replacement of the existing lighting system with an energy efficient LED lighting system.
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