Sandwich South Master Servicing Plan
What is this Master Plan All About?
The Sandwich South Master Servicing Plan will outline a long-term coordinated approach for municipal infrastructure in the Sandwich South area to support urbanization. The study will develop and review solutions for:
- Collector road
- Water, sanitary and storm sewers
- Stormwater management facilities
The location and phasing of the new infrastructure will be outlined in the study.
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Stage 1: Project Launch (Summer 2019 - Winter 2020)
Establish Study Area and gather background mapping.
Identify constraints and opportunities.
Consult community on issues that matter.
Stage 2: Develop and Evaluate Alternative Solutions (Winter 2020 - Spring 2020)
Consider road, sewer and storm options.
Establish decision-making criteria.
Identify potential impacts.
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Stage 3: Identify and Develop Recommended Solutions (Summer 2020 - Winter 2021)
Review and incorporate feedback.
Compare options considering feedback.
Select preferred option.
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Stage 4: Our Strategy (Spring 2021)
Review design options and finalize preferred designs.
Prepare an overall Strategy for Sandwich South Servicing.
Complete Environmental Assessment (EA) Reporting and Master Plan Document.
City of Windsor Council will make the final decision to adopt the strategy at the end of the process. Once adopted, there will be a 30-day review period of the Master Plan for public comment.
Why a Servicing Master Plan?
To meet the future growth needs of the City of Windsor (City), 2,600 hectares of land in the former Township of Sandwich South were transferred from the Town of Tecumseh to the City of Windsor in 2002. Sandwich South, which is located on the south east side of the City of Windsor is primarily rural but includes the Windsor Airport and some residential homes. The City has designated this area for future growth over the next 20 years and will include a variety of residential, commercial, institutional and industrial land uses.
The City has initiated a Master Servicing Plan (Plan) for the Sandwich South Area to develop a coordinated and sustainable approach to providing municipal infrastructure in support of growth. The plan will consider the location and capacity of collector roads; storm and sanitary sewers; and how stormwater will be managed throughout the study area. The plan will build upon the completed Lauzon Parkway Environmental Assessment and the ongoing Upper Little River Watershed Master Drainage and Stormwater Management Plan.
The plan is being prepared in coordination with a Floodplain Mapping Study for the Little River Watershed. The Flood Plain Mapping Study will identify areas that may be susceptible to flooding during large storm events and will guide the location of future development. It is anticipated both studies will be completed in 2021.
The study is being conducted in accordance with the requirements of Phase 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (2000, as amended), which is an approved process under the Environmental Assessment Act.
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