Operations Committee

Tom Davies Square

Councillor Signoretti, Chair


2:00 p.m. Open Session, Council Chamber / Electronic Participation 


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This presentation and report provides an overview of winter maintenance activities for the 2022-2023 winter control season up to and including the month of December 2022.

This presentation provides an update regarding the Private Lead Water Services Program.



As per Council Resolution# CC2022-177, this report provides a recommendation regarding the watermain replacement and road rehabilitation project on Sparks Street from Barry Downe Road to Roy Avenue.



As presented by Councillor Sizer:

WHEREAS the City of Greater Sudbury is committed to building and maintaining a pedestrian friendly community and recognizes the importance of clearing sidewalks and enabling residents to maintain healthy, active lifestyles and to provide safe access to Greater Sudbury Transit Services and designations such as school, work and commercial areas;

AND WHEREAS an Active Transportation Winter Maintenance Policy was created to demonstrate that commitment and to establish criteria for planning Sidewalk Winter Maintenance Routes;

AND WHEREAS residents of Summerhill Crescent have been requesting sidewalk winter maintenance for some time;

AND WHEREAS Summerhill Crescent, which is less than half of a kilometer in length, is connected to Auger Avenue and Huntington Drive, which both receive winter sidewalk maintenance;

AND WHEREAS providing winter sidewalk maintenance to Summerhill Crescent would create an efficient, connected maintenance route, which is identified in the Criteria for planning Sidewalk Winter Maintenance Routes;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Greater Sudbury directs that Summerhill Crescent be reviewed by staff as part of the annual evaluation of potential modifications to the existing sidewalk winter maintenance routes for the 2023/2024 operating season, and that a summary of the analysis be included as a recommendation for consideration at the August or September Operations Committee Meeting.