Comprehensive Stormwater Management Master Plan

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King Township is looking for public feedback on its draft Stormwater Master Plan (SMP). A review and
analysis of King’s stormwater infrastructure is now underway. This will result in the development of a
comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan to support the Township growth scenarios as outlined in the
new Official Plan.
This master plan will provide analysis to ensure that the required level of service to handle the
anticipated growth can be provided throughout the Township. A Municipal Class Environmental
Assessment has been undertaken to guide this process.

King Township is looking for public feedback on its draft Stormwater Master Plan (SMP). A review and analysis of King’s stormwater infrastructure is now underway. This will result in the development of a comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan to support the Township growth scenarios as outlined in the new Official Plan.

This master plan will provide analysis to ensure that the required level of service to handle the anticipated growth can be provided throughout the Township. A Municipal Class Environmental Assessment has been undertaken to guide this process.

Study Area

The study area for the master plan includes the villages of King City, Nobleton, and Schomberg. The study area also includes the Hamlets of Ansnorveldt, Snowball, Lloydtown, Laskay, Kettleby, Pottageville and Graham Sideroad.

Class Environmental Assessment and Stakeholder Communication

The master plan will satisfy the Master Plan requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental (EA) process and will encompass Phases 1 & 2. Two (2) Public Information Centre (PIC) meetings will be held to allow public input from residents, landowners, regulatory agencies and other stakeholders:

- The first PIC will be held to introduce the project and present a Problem and Opportunity Statement.

- The second PIC will be held to present proposed solutions. Any comments or feedback will be recorded and documented to be included in the master plan report.

Timelines

  • First (1st) PIC - Friday November 27, 2020 Beginning at 12:00 p.m.
  • Second (2nd) PIC - Winter 2021
  • Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Final Report: Spring/Summer 2021

King Township is looking for public feedback on its draft Stormwater Master Plan (SMP). A review and analysis of King’s stormwater infrastructure is now underway. This will result in the development of a comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan to support the Township growth scenarios as outlined in the new Official Plan.

This master plan will provide analysis to ensure that the required level of service to handle the anticipated growth can be provided throughout the Township. A Municipal Class Environmental Assessment has been undertaken to guide this process.

Study Area

The study area for the master plan includes the villages of King City, Nobleton, and Schomberg. The study area also includes the Hamlets of Ansnorveldt, Snowball, Lloydtown, Laskay, Kettleby, Pottageville and Graham Sideroad.

Class Environmental Assessment and Stakeholder Communication

The master plan will satisfy the Master Plan requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental (EA) process and will encompass Phases 1 & 2. Two (2) Public Information Centre (PIC) meetings will be held to allow public input from residents, landowners, regulatory agencies and other stakeholders:

- The first PIC will be held to introduce the project and present a Problem and Opportunity Statement.

- The second PIC will be held to present proposed solutions. Any comments or feedback will be recorded and documented to be included in the master plan report.

Timelines

  • First (1st) PIC - Friday November 27, 2020 Beginning at 12:00 p.m.
  • Second (2nd) PIC - Winter 2021
  • Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Final Report: Spring/Summer 2021
  • Public Information Centre video

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    01 Dec 2020

    If you weren't able to attend the virtual Public Information Centre on Nov. 27, we've uploaded the video for you to watch.

    We're also still accepting comments on the plan. Please complete the Comment Sheet online by clicking on the Comment Sheet tab or download the Microsoft Word version under the Documents widget.

    Comments will be accepted until Dec. 11.

  • King wants your feedback

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    26 Nov 2020
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    King Township is looking for public feedback on its draft Stormwater Master Plan (SMP).

    A review and analysis of King’s stormwater infrastructure is now underway. This will result in the development of a comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan to support the Township growth scenarios as outlined in the new Official Plan.

    This master plan will provide analysis to ensure that the required level of service to handle the anticipated growth can be provided throughout the Township. A Municipal Class Environmental Assessment has been undertaken to guide this process.

    A key component of the Environmental Assessment is public consultation. As stormwater runoff directly affects residents of King, it is crucial to understand the current issues faced by residents to build a plan that benefits everyone.

    King invites residents to take part in a virtual Public Information Centre on Fri., Nov. 27 at 12 pm in order to become familiar with the project and voice any concerns or questions.

    “Planning ahead is a key component to ensuring King continues to grow in a measured, responsible and sustainable manner,” said King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini. “Gathering as much feedback from residents is another key component. I encourage everyone to get involved in planning the future of our community by attending the Public Information Centre.”

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Public Information Centre will be held virtually. How to participate:

    •Registration for this PIC can be done by sending your name and address to kingstormwatermasterplan@civi.ca.

    •Please complete a comment sheet which can be found on the project website at http://stormwatermasterplan.king.ca.

    A second Public Information Centre will be held in early 2021 to present proposed solutions.