Fraser Ave to close Fri, 21 April, Byron to Crossfield

21 04 2023

Per the Road Close Authorization below, the contractor, Clean Water Works Inc., will be working on Trenchless Sewer Rehabilitation. There are to be signed detours and immediately affected residents should have been pre-notified.

City of Ottawa
Planning, Real Estate and Economic Development Department
Right of Way, Heritage and Urban Design Services

Clean Water Works Inc.
1800 Bantree Street
Ottawa, ON K1B 5L6
Tel: 613-745-2444

File number: TRC23-0130
Tuesday, 18 April 2023


In accordance with The Road Activity By-law 2003-445, permission is hereby granted for you to close the following roadway:

On: Fraser AvenueFrom: Byron AvenueTo: Crossfield Avenue

Under the following conditions:


  • Friday, 21 April 2023

Public Notification:

  • Notify all affected residents/businesses and Ward Councillor, in writing, a minimum of 10 working days’ in advance of the closure. The notification must be bilingual and include a description of any temporary changes to local access and/or parking.
  • If the closure is postponed or cancelled, 2 working days’ notice is required to a) the City b) residents, tenants and businesses located beside or near where the work will occur and c) the Ward Councillor.


  • Contractor to follow terms and conditions of CP000526 pertaining to traffic management during construction.
  • Contractor to implement traffic control plans as accepted by Contract Administrator.
  • If there are any changes to the traffic control plan(s) that may impact emergency access to residences and/or businesses within the approved closure the contractor must notify,, and
  • Contractor to coordinate work zone with CP000420 Byron Avenue project manager Stephen Gallagher ( prior to commencing work.


  • Contact the City’s Right of Way Permits Unit; if the date of closure changes from that stated on the application.
  • At any time during the work, the City Traffic Management Inspector, at his/her discretion, may instruct the contractor to supply and install additional traffic control devices (signs, barrels etc) and/or retain point duty police to control traffic. The contractor is responsible for all costs.

Rob Maclachlan
Program Manager, Right of Way



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