The City of Port Colborne's Public Works department is committed to establishing, fixing and maintaining infrastructure needs within the community. This team is responsible for roads, sidewalks, and water wastewater. 

Below is a list of current Public Works projects: 

 Clarence Street Sidewalk 

On March 8, 2021 City Council approved the installation of a sidewalk connecting the new Westwood Estates subdivision to the existing sidewalk network at Hampton Avenue with respect to active transportation.

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H.H Knoll Park - Canadian Experiences Fund

160 Sugarloaf Street

Established in 1922, one of our major parks is the beautiful H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park.

Located downtown on Sugarloaf Street at Elm Street, this is one of Port Colborne waterfront parks overlooking Sugarloaf Harbour and Gravelly Bay.

Features include 2 outdoor picnic, pavilions, outdoor stage, rose garden, Melissa's Memorial Playground, Discovery Spray Pad and restrooms.

H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park is at the southern end of the Welland Canals Parkway recreational trail, and site of numerous community events including Canada Day Celebrations, and Canal Days concerts.

In 2020, as part of the Canadian Experiences Fund, in partnership with the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, the City received financial support to make improvements to H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park with the goal of enhancing tourism initiatives, updating facilities, and creating new experiences for both residents and visitors.

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Erie Street Watermain Replacement 

The City has retained Associated Engineering to complete the detailed design for the replacement of the existing watermain on Erie Street from Neff Street to Killaly Street West.  

 

More information on this project, including budgets and timelines, can be found here. 

Redesign of Chippawa Road, Dolphin Street & Berkley Avenue Intersection

The Engineering Department at the City of Port Colborne is in the process of reviewing plans to redesign Chippawa Road, Dolphin Street and Berkley Avenue intersection. 

 

More information on this project can be found here.