Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund Program
Communities across Canada have experienced – and will continue to experience – significant weather-related events or disasters triggered by climate change. The impacts of climate change are evident, including observed changes in air temperature, precipitation, snow and ice cover and others.
In 2018, the Government of Canada launched the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund (DMAF), committing $2 billion over 10 years to invest in structural and natural infrastructure projects to increase the resilience of communities that are impacted by natural disasters triggered by climate change.
The DMAF program involves a series of projects, including studies, environmental assessments, road works, sewer works, stormwater management works and pumping station works to address areas in the city prone to flooding, drainage complications and overall storm sewer capacity issues.
The series of projects that make up the DMAF program are aimed at reducing the likelihood of future flooding in the city of Windsor. The program addresses geographical low-lying areas, areas with drainage complications, and areas with overall storm sewer capacity concerns.
A list of the individual projects that make up the DMAF program is below:
Government of Canada DMAF Page
- Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Assessment & Climate Change Study
- Matthew Brady Boulevard, Phase 2
- Belle Isle View Boulevard, Phase 1
- Belle Isle View Boulevard, Phase 2
- Tranby Avenue Reconstruction
- Tranby Park Stormwater Management
Active and Future Projects:
- Eastlawn Boulevard
- Matthew Brady Boulevard, Phase 3
- Belleperche Trunk Sewer, phases 1 through 3
- St. Paul Pumping Station Expansion
- East Marsh Pumping Station Improvements
- East Marsh Drainage Redirection (Public Information Update Slides)
- Riverside/Vista Relief Storage, Phase 2A
- Flow Monitoring Program
- Cedarview Relief Sewer
- Brumpton Park Storage
- Little River Overflow at Pontiac Pumping Station Improvements Environmental Assessment
- Little River Overflow at Pontiac Pumping Station Improvements
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.
For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, contact:
Janelle Coombs, P.Eng.
(519) 255-6100 ext. 6004