Pemberton Drive Extension

print-logo August 27, 2018
Department: Works & Engineering

CONTACT

Jeanette Davidson
Director, Works and Engineering
Municipality of Port Hope
905-885-2431 x 2516
jdavidson@porthope.ca


Matthew Belton
Engineering Inspector
Municipality of Port Hope
905-885-2431 x 2515
mbelton@porthope.ca

The public review period of the Pemberton Drive Extension project is open for public commenting. 

The Municipality of Port Hope has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the proposed Pemberton Drive Extension from Fox Road to Henderson Street. The Pemberton Drive extension will create an east / west collector for the new Business Park and will build on already completed work. Work will include but not be limited to roadway, stormwater, sanitary sewer, and watermain construction.

The Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 & 2015) is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act and allows municipalities to follow a Class EA process when undertaking municipal infrastructure projects. The aforementioned project is being carried out as a Schedule B undertaking. A Schedule B activity is approved subject to screening under the Class EA by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation, and Parks and the project can be implemented upon public notification of the project.

As a requirement under the Schedule B process, an integral component of this project is to undertake direct consultation with affected stakeholders, agencies, and the general public. As such, a Public Information Centre (PIC) will be scheduled later this year, during which the Project Team will present conceptual design information relative to the project and address any questions or concerns. Further Notice will be provided closer to the date of the PIC, however, if you wish to have your name added to our email contact database, please contact one of the project team managers listed.

Subject to comments received and obtaining the necessary approvals, the Municipality of Port Hope intends to proceed with the planning and design of the project with a construction date to be determined subject to funding.

Comments/Feedback:

You can provide feedback via one of the three methods:
1) Please complete a comment form and forward by email to mbelton@porthope.ca
2) Please complete a comment form and mail or deliver in-person to the Municipality of Port Hope, 56 Queen Street, Port Hope.
3) Please complete our online comment form

We look forward to receiving your feedback.