Construction update - November 2023
Neighbourhood Renewal construction in McCauley has wrapped up Year 1 for the 2023 construction season!
2023 construction began in July and was finished the second week of November. The 2023 construction season was a success and construction we completed the reconstruction of roads, sidewalks, curbs and gutters and new street lights in the following areas:
- From 95 Street to 92 Street on:
- 110A Avenue
- 110 Avenue
- 109A Avenue
- 108A Avenue
- 108 Avenue
- 107 Avenue
- From 109 A Ave to 108A Ave on:
- 94 Street
- 93 Street
- From 107A Avenue to 106 A Avenue on 93 Street
There are some areas in the 2023 construction area that were not completed. Those include
- 106A Avenue from 95 Street to 93 Street
- 106 Avenue from 95 Street to the alley
- From 108 Avenue to 107A Avenue on 93 Street
- 92 Street from 111 Avenue to 107 Avenue
- Continuous Crossing on 93 Street and 107 Avenue
- LID installation on 107 Avenue
- Sod and tree planting
The outstanding work will be completed when construction resumes in 2024. Once the weather warms up, typically in early May, the landscape subcontractor will be completing the tree and sod placement. By waiting until spring, the sod is more likely to establish.
Neighbourhood renewal work will resume in McCauley in the first week of May 2024, weather permitting. The planned scope for 2024 will include front streets between 95 Street and 97 Street from 111 Avenue to 105A Avenue, as well as 96 Street from 105A Avenue to 103A Avenue. Prior to work resuming, construction notifications will be delivered to impacted residences.
Boyle Street Neighborhood Renewal is expected to begin construction in spring of 2024. Watch for updates on construction timing and scope in the spring.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we completed a successful year of neighbourhood renewal construction. Construction in McCauley neighbourhood began in summer of 2023 and is expected to take 3 years (complete in fall 2025).
Canada Post Impacts
During construction, Canada Post may choose to temporarily suspend mail delivery. If this happens, you should receive a notice of temporary suspension with information about which depot your mail will be at and how you can claim it. If you are not receiving your mail but have not received a suspension notification, please call Canada Post customer service at 1-800-267-1177.