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Tree Related - Tree roots from a City owned tree have caused damage to my underground laterals. What should I do?
Answer
Tree roots rarely intrude or invade into underground laterals unless there is first a break in the lateral which would attract the roots. Old clay tiles do have a tendency to collapse from time to time and are not sealed in the same way as modern laterals and as a result of seepage, attract tree root growth in their direction.

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Vehicle Damage - I have driven over a City road pothole, debris or manhole cover and have damaged my car. What do I do?
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Vehicle Damage - I have damaged my vehicle on one of the following highways: HWY 403, HWY 401, HWY 410 or QEW or an on-ramp or off-ramp to one of these highways. What should I do?
Vehicle Damage - I have damaged my vehicle on a Region of Peel road. What should I do?
Property Damage - My property has been damaged as a result of City construction. What should I do?
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Tree Related - Tree roots from a City owned tree have caused damage to my underground laterals. What should I do?
Sidewalk Related - I have fallen on a City sidewalk. What should I do?
Transit Related - I have been injured by the doors on a Mississauga Transit bus. What should I do?
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