Town of Halton Hills to reconstruct Queen Street in Acton


Published March 9, 2021 at 3:51 pm

The Town of Halton Hills will be reconstructing Queen Street in Acton starting this spring.

Construction will take place from the intersection of Queen Street and Young Street at Eastern Avenue to the intersection of Queen Street and Churchill Road.

The work is set to begin this spring and continue into the summer of 2021 as part of the Town’s ROADS 2021 annual pavement management and capital works construction program.

The proposed roadway reconstruction includes full-depth asphalt removal, full curb removal and replacement and storm sewer repairs and full-width asphalt resurfacing.

Driveways and all damaged grassed areas that are affected will be restored with topsoil and sod.

Additionally, a new signalized pedestrian crossing will be installed at the intersection of Queen Street and Acton Boulevard.

“The Queen St. reconstruction project in Acton is part of the Town’s annual pavement management and capital works construction program, “said Mayor Rick Bonnette.

“Ongoing ROADS 2021 projects are designed to renew and improve infrastructure across Halton Hills and we apologize in advance for any traffic delays or impacts caused by the work.”

Residents are invited to visit the Town’s engagement site at Let’s Talk Halton Hills between Mar. 9 and 23 to connect with Town staff and voice any potential concerns about the Queen Street project.

The work will be supervised and administered by Town staff.

Should projects be delayed by factors such as weather or direction from the Provincial and Federal governments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents will receive a hand-delivered notice from the Town explaining the details of the delay.

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