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Crestmont storm pond rehabilitation project

Storm​water washes away from our rooftops, driveways, lawns, streets and sidewalks and through our communities into storm drains, collecting dirt, gravel and other pollutants along the way. Storm ponds capture and hold stormwater, slowing its flow down long enough to settle out sediment and pollutants, helping return cleaner water to our rivers and streams.

Project description

For the past 18 years, The Crestmont Stormwater Pond has been working well, accumulating sediment and debris which now needs to be removed. The removal of this sediment will reduce potential environmental impacts downstream, and restore the treatment (storage) capacity, which is especially critical during intense storm events.

Construction timelines and impacts

For more details about the full list of construction timelines and impacts, please view the customer notice.​​