Flood Remediation Project - Watercourse 11, Fifty Point Conservation Area
Notice of Intent and Public Information Centre No.1
The Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) has commenced a study to investigate possible flood remediation measures for Watercourse 11 in Fifty Point Conservation Area including the private lands and City of Hamilton lands located to the north. The privately held lands contain residential dwellings that may be impacted by this flooding. The focus of this study is to investigate the causes of the flooding and provide an evaluation of alternative solutions to the flooding issue, as well as finalize the preliminary design for the preferred alternative for flood remediation, if applicable. The study area is shown on the attached map.
The study is being conducted in accordance with Conservation Ontario’s procedures as outlined in the Class Environmental Assessment(EA) for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (2002, amended June 2013). The Class EA process includes public and agency consultation, characterization of the study area, evaluation of preliminary alternatives and determination of the potential environmental, social and economic effects of the proposed preferred alternative, if applicable, including identification of measures to mitigate any potential adverse impacts.
Please join us at our first Public Information Centre to learn more about the study, existing conditions in the study area, possible alternatives to be considered, and the next steps in the study process. The Public Information Centre will be a drop-in open house that will provide an opportunity for you to view display boards, discuss the project with the HCA staff, consultant staff, and provide input into the planning process. Details are as follows:
DATE: February 20, 2018
TIME: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Fifty Point Conservation Area - Marina Office (Located Under the Landing Restaurant), 1479 Baseline Road, Stoney Creek, Ontario
Comments and information regarding the study will be collected to assist the HCA in meeting the requirements of the Class EA process. If you wish to be involved in this study, provide comments, ask questions, or receive information, please contact one of the project representatives identified below. Additional information on the project, as well as additional consultation opportunities will be made available as the study progresses.
Hamilton Conservation Authority
Mr. Scott Peck, MCIP, RPP
Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/ Director,Watershed Planning & Engineering
838 Mineral Springs Road
Ancaster, ON L9G 4X1
Phone: 905.525.2181 ext.130
AHYDTECH Geomorphic Ltd.
Dr Bahar SM, P.Geo.(Ltd), P.Eng.
Managing Director, Lead Manager
22 Zecca Drive
Guelph, ON N1L 1T1