Toronto Hydro Infrastructure Work to Temporarily Close Portion of Wilson Heights Blvd. in October

Underground Construction Project Wilson Heights – Combe

September 2017 Update

As you are aware, Toronto Hydro is building a new underground electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability and to build capacity for growing needs such as the TTC Toronto-York Spadina subway extension. At this stage of the project, it is necessary for them to temporarily close a portion of your street. Further details are outlined below:

DATE: October 2, 2017

TIME (Approximate): All day for approximately six weeks

AFFECTED AREAS: Wilson Heights Boulevard, between Sheppard Avenue West and Joel Swirsky Boulevard

Both southbound lanes will be closed for construction for six weeks. One lane in each direction will be open for traffic in the northbound lanes. Throughout construction, we will maintain access to all sidewalks, and residential and business driveways.

If you have any questions, please contact:
CUSTOMER OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE: Shannon Jackson Phone: 416-542-3609

Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead and underground electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability.The rebuild includes the installation of the underground ducts and electrical cables within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

The civil and electrical portions of this project are expected to begin by late August 2017 with an approximate completion date of late January 2018. The boundaries include Combe Avenue (North), Maxwell Street (East), Clanton Park Road (South) and Wilson Heights Boulevard (West). Throughout this project, no planned outages are expected.

Toronto Hydro crews and contractors will take extra care and precautions around your property. Please note that we may require access to your property to install an underground duct from the property line to the meter base location at your home. The portion of the driveway, sidewalk and other areas affected by our work will be restored upon completion of the project as season, weather and schedules permit.

For further information on this project, please visit: or call 416-542-3366.

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