Erie and Talbot Reconstruction and Streetscaping Project

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In 2018, the Municipality of Leamington created an Uptown Master Plan establishing a vision for a mixed-use vibrant, walkable, drivable and bike-friendly community hub that inspires people to come together.

To achieve the plan's goals and broader vision, the Municipality has developed a streetscape plan that establishes design guidelines for traffic (vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians), accessible parking, landscaping/streetscaping, location and use of public spaces, and lighting through and around Leamington’s uptown area, and appropriate land uses and zoning. The completed plan creates a distinct look and feel for Leamington's uptown.

The Erie and Talbot Reconstruction and Streetscaping Project is another project in a series of initiatives the Municipality is undertaking to reinvent public spaces and attract renewed interest and investment into Leamington’s uptown core.

What is being proposed?

The purpose of the reconstruction project is to create a mixed-use space that provides attractive, efficient and accessible choices for the public (pedestrian, bicycle, or transit) in concert with automobiles and includes:

  • Reconstruction and beautification of entire right-of-way width, including but not limited to, new sidewalks, bicycle facilities, street lighting and benches.
  • Sewer separation of existing combined sewer (replacement with new sanitary and storm sewers);
  • Replacement of existing watermain, services, and private drain connections.

Have Your Say

Public feedback is important to the success of the project and will help determine the final layout. Design features and the proposed options for the active transportation facilities to be constructed are available for review and comment in the survey below.

In 2018, the Municipality of Leamington created an Uptown Master Plan establishing a vision for a mixed-use vibrant, walkable, drivable and bike-friendly community hub that inspires people to come together.

To achieve the plan's goals and broader vision, the Municipality has developed a streetscape plan that establishes design guidelines for traffic (vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians), accessible parking, landscaping/streetscaping, location and use of public spaces, and lighting through and around Leamington’s uptown area, and appropriate land uses and zoning. The completed plan creates a distinct look and feel for Leamington's uptown.

The Erie and Talbot Reconstruction and Streetscaping Project is another project in a series of initiatives the Municipality is undertaking to reinvent public spaces and attract renewed interest and investment into Leamington’s uptown core.

What is being proposed?

The purpose of the reconstruction project is to create a mixed-use space that provides attractive, efficient and accessible choices for the public (pedestrian, bicycle, or transit) in concert with automobiles and includes:

  • Reconstruction and beautification of entire right-of-way width, including but not limited to, new sidewalks, bicycle facilities, street lighting and benches.
  • Sewer separation of existing combined sewer (replacement with new sanitary and storm sewers);
  • Replacement of existing watermain, services, and private drain connections.

Have Your Say

Public feedback is important to the success of the project and will help determine the final layout. Design features and the proposed options for the active transportation facilities to be constructed are available for review and comment in the survey below.

Page last updated: 13 Jun 2022, 12:21 PM