Please join us at the 47th Annual Whitevale Spring Festival
Saturday, May 25th, 2018 from 9 am to 7 pm
Come enjoy delicious food, boutique vendors, live music, beer/wine garden, children’s activities and much more in the natural and historic setting of the hamlet of Whitevale. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
At St. Joseph’s Church
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Garage Sale at the Church
Along Whitevale Road
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Book Sale & Art Show
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
At the Park
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
11:30 AM – 7:00 PM
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM:
Games & Crafts for Kids
Egg Drop Contest (make your egg
drop contraption 12PM-3PM)
BBQ, Cold Drink and Ice Cream Stand
In 2013, the City completed their
Whitevale Master Drainage Plan – Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Report. The recommendations from the report are as follows:
Intermittent Drainage Feature – Storm Flow Diversion to Whitevale Road Storm Sewer
Minor re-grading of the roadside ditch on the east side of North Road to accommodate a portion of the flood flows from the catchment area to the north. Construction of new driveway culverts and a new storm inlet to the Whitevale Road storm sewer. Install new Whitevale Road storm sewer, with increased size to accommodate the additional peak flows from North Road. Replace the existing culvert crossing at North Road in order to convey low flows to the existing drainage feature.
North Road -Resurfacing & Grading
Re-surface asphalt road surface in order to reduce erosion and sediment discharging to the Whitevale Road storm sewer system Carry out minor re-grading along west roadside ditch in order to re-establish proper drainage and install / replace several driveway culverts to facilitate property access
Whitevale Road (East) – Rural Reconstruction
Replace the existing road with a new paved rural cross-section and grass ditches, similar to the current road width. Adjust the road profile to establish proper drainage and minimize flooding of adjacent properties. Construct a new storm sewer with properly spaced ditch inlets to prevent surface flooding and erosion.
Whitevale Road (West) – Resurfacing
Re-surface asphalt road surface in order to reduce erosion and sediment discharging to West Duffins Creek. Carry out minor re-grading along north roadside ditch in order to re-establish proper drainage and reduce erosion of the granular shoulder. Re-instate misaligned segment of storm sewer near outfall. Replace the damaged storm sewer outfall with new structure & construct additional outlet enhancements (e.g., outlet pool) in order to improve storm runoff quality and reduce erosion within the valley. Remove debris blockages identified at several manhole / ditch inlet locations.
Local Residential Roads – Local Road Improvements
Maintain the existing unpaved rural cross-section Carry out local grading works (i.e. profile, road crown, ditches, etc.) to re-establish proper drainage and minimize flooding of adjacent properties. Regular maintenance. Update:
The city has confirmed that the implementation of the Master Drainage Plan will NOT take place in 2019 despite the original plan.
The detailed design is currently at 30% completion. The current work scope includes:
Remove sidewalk on west side
Remove trees on east side, including many mature trees
Increase size of ditch on east side
Whitevale Road (East)
Reconstruct road with rural section
Remove sidewalk on south side
Remove select trees on south side
Whitevale Road (West)
No change to current configuration (i.e. no new sidewalks, curbs or ditch configuration)
Local Residential Roads
No changes or resurfacing are planned for Byron, Factory, Mill, Churchwin, Gladstone and Golf Club roads
A complete set of drawings can be downloaded here.
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