Study Overview

The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to explore opportunities to improve reliability of an aging forcemain (sewer) that serves the Baby Point Wastewater Pumping Station.

The existing forcemain is located within the Baby Point area, along Humber River.

The City invites you to learn more about the EA Study and speak with the project team at our first Public Drop in Event (PIE). Details as follows:

  • October 12, 2017 (Thursday)
  • 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Humbercrest United Church – 16 Baby Point Road
Sewer, pump station, along Baby Point Cres, Old Mill Dr, Humber River
Baby Point Wastewater Pumping Station Forcemain study area map

The Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study follows Schedule “B” of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process which provides the public with opportunities to provide input at key stages of the study.

The study will define the existing problem, consider and evaluate alternative solutions, select a preferred alternative,  assess potential effects from the preferred alternative and develop mitigation measures.

Early and ongoing consultation with the community and local stakeholders will occur throughout the study. Two Public Drop-in Events (PIEs) are planned for this Class EA study. PIE 1 will present the problem opportunity statement, alternatives under examination, and the criteria used to evaluate alternatives. The project team will be present to answer questions and discuss the next steps in the process. The second PIE will present the results of the evaluation and the selected preferred alternative. Notification of the PIEs will be advertised in the local community newspaper and notices will be mailed to residents within the study area.

The City invites you to learn more about the EA Study and speak with the project team at our first Public Drop in Event (PIE). Details as follows:

  • October 12, 2017 (Thursday)
  • 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Humbercrest United Church – 16 Baby Point Road

What is a Class Environmental Assessment?

Ontario’s Environmental Assessment (EA) program promotes good environmental planning by determining and managing the potential effects of a project prior to implementation.

The EA program ensures that public concerns are heard. EA balances economic, social, cultural and natural environmental needs so that projects benefit Ontario.

This study is being carried out according to the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process. This is an approved approach to satisfying requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act specifically tailored to municipal infrastructure. The process includes identifying the problem or opportunity to be addressed, developing and evaluating a range of alternative solutions, providing opportunities for public input and identifying a preferred solution.