The Dixie-Dundas community consists of a variety of residential, commercial, industrial and park and trail land uses and includes designated Special Policy Areas (SPAs) which regulate future development due to flood risks. This area is subject to flooding as a result of spilling from Little Etobicoke Creek near the Dixie Road bridge during high flow conditions including the storm event that occurred on July 8th, 2013.
The goal of this study is to find solutions to provide flood protection to residences and businesses as well as to enable future growth in the Dixie-Dundas community as envisioned in the Dundas Connects Master Plan.
Public Information Centres
Two Public Information Centres (PICs) will be held to present information related to the study and allow an opportunity for residents and stakeholders to provide input. Details regarding the PICs will be advertised publicly and communicated directly as the study progresses.
COVID-19 community engagement update
While we continue to respond to this pandemic, we are working hard to deliver essential services and projects to keep our City moving and safe. While we can’t connect in-person at this time, we still want to connect!
Public Information Centre #1
PIC #1 has been moved online for public health and safety purposes. Please find the presentation and comment form below to connect with the Project Team and share your input.
Expanded study area
The study has been expanded downstream to Dundas Street East to adequately identify and assess any improvements to address flooding from Little Etobicoke Creek. Read the Notice of Expanded Study Area.
Bulletin for Expanded Study Area
Conceptual alternative flood mitigation solutions have been identified in the expanded study area near Dundas Street East. For more information, refer to the Project Bulletin for Expanded Study Area.