Clarington Key Infrastructure Improvements Include:


Extension of Lake Road - COMPLETED DECEMBER 2014

In November of 2013, Clarington Council approved the extension of Lake Road, located in the South Bowmanville Industrial Park. Over 30 businesses and 350 employees call this area home. With an investment by the Municipality of $1.3 Million, Phase 1 was complete in December 2014, freeing up access to over 70 acres of serviced industrial land, while at the same time improving the transportation network, public safety as well as encouraging economic development as soon as possible.



Extension of Courtice Trunk Sewer

This is a Region of Durham project to improve servicing to the Courtice (west Clarington), Oshawa and north Whitby Areas. Work on the southern portion of the extension began in late 2013.  A separate contract for further extension across Hwy. 401 is scheduled for 2014 with completion of the extension of the trunk in Clarington to Courtice Road on Baseline Road by the end of 2015.  The extension of this trunk will include local water servicing as well.  This work will provide much needed servicing to the employment lands in Courtice and additional residential capacity.



Bowmanville Sewage Treatment Plant Improvements

The Bowmanville Sewage Treatment Plant is currently undergoing an expansion to double the sewage treatment capacity for the Bowmanville area as well as a refurbishment of the existing part of the plant.  Once complete, the plant will be able to accommodate growth in Bowmanville to the planning horizon year of 2031 and well beyond.  The work, being undertaken by the Region of Durham, is scheduled to be complete in 2015.



Improvements to Holt Road/Hwy 401 Interchange

Holt Road interchange is being replaced and improved starting in 2014 with completion scheduled by the end of 2015.  The interchange will provide access to and from the 401 in all directions and will include three roundabouts as traffic control at both off ramp intersections and the Holt Road and South Service Road intersection.  The work is being completed in order to improve operations in the area and provide a much improved access to the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station – execution of the Refurbishment Project starting in 2016.  In addition to improving access to the site, it will improve the transportation network in west Bowmanville.  This work is being undertaken by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario.



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Toronto Real Estate Board - IDX Last Updated: 11/20/2017 9:40:01 PM