Backgrounder: Investments in community infrastructure to safeguard public health and the environment in Eastern Newfoundland communities

Backgrounder

Backgrounder: Investments in community infrastructure to safeguard public health and the environment in Eastern Newfoundland communities

Backgrounder: Investments in community infrastructure to safeguard public health and the environment in Eastern Newfoundland communities

Joint federal, provincial, and municipal funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program will support three infrastructure projects in Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove and St. John’s.

The Government of Canada is investing more than $9.8 million in these projects through the Green Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is contributing more than $7.4 million towards these projects, while the municipalities are providing a total of over $9.8 million.

Project Information:

Location

Project Name

Project Details

Federal Funding

Provincial Funding

Municipal Funding

Motion Bay Road Extension - Watermain Protection

Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove

Ditching and erosion control measures along Motion Bay Road Extension as well as reinstating the ground cover over the existing watermain to protect the existing water main that currently services approximately 211 households. The project aims to control storm water runoff to prevent future erosion of the ground cover and to replace the lost fill material.

$92,963

$116,203

$23,241

Goulds Servicing - Phase 2

St. John's

The construction of a new sanitary trunk sewer from Kilbride to Goulds. Watermain extension to divert raw sewage to the Riverhead Wastewater Treatment for processing, protecting Shoal Bay, and improving the community’s access to potable water.

$4,114,613

$3,085,959

$4,142,764

Goulds Servicing - Phase 3

St. John's

Construction of a new sanitary forcemain from the new Goulds Sewage Pumping Station to Kilbride in St. John’s. This project will divert raw sewage to the Riverhead Wastewater Treatment for processing and better protecting the Shoal Bay environment.

$5,672,168

$4,254,126

$5,710,975

 

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