News & Public Notices
How would you like to hear about City's planned road work?
October 18, 2018 –
How would you like to be informed about planned road work in Kingston? The City is seeking input on this question through an online survey as it prepares to develop its 2019-2022 plans for road and sidewalk construction along with other infrastructure upgrades – including the Third Crossing bridge over the Cataraqui River.
Complete the five-minute survey online at GetInvolved.CityofKingston.ca by Nov. 30.
"Once projects have been identified and prioritized, these planned road upgrades mean construction, which affects pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. Please let us know how you would like to be informed about the construction phase of the work happening in your neighbourhood, on your commute and at the places you visit," says Mark Campbell, director, engineering.
The City is nearing the end of its 2015-2018 infrastructure plan, which included projects such as the widening of John Counter Boulevard, the reconstruction of Princess Street and a number of large residential road-reconstruction projects.
The online survey is focused on how the City communicates its own planned road work and does not include construction associated with other utilities such as Hydro One, Bell and emergency road work. The results will help the City understand how residents are being, and want to be, informed about projects. It also asks if you would like to receive notifications on the Third Crossing project.
Results will be posted on the City's website and the Third Crossing website.
Learn more about the City's roadwork projects: www.CityofKingston.ca/Construction.
Learn more about Third Crossing Project and to join the e-newsletter: ThirdCrossing.CityofKingston.ca