Updated: Gould Street watermain upgrade
Update: The City of Toronto is planning to wrap up the Gould watermain project between Monday, November 19 and mid-December. As a result of this work, several access restrictions (denoted in project details table) and the following water shutdowns are expected:
- Water shutdowns and fluctuations in Kerr Hall between November 20 and 22
- Water shutdown in IMA on November 20
- Water shutdown in SCC from November 22
- Water shutdowns in HEI, OKF, PRO, IMA, RIC and Balzac’s on November 22
- Water shutdown in Oakham House on November 23
September 6, 2018
Update: The City has confirmed that work will begin on Gould Street the week of September 10 and is expected to last until early December. Throughout this work, hoarding will extend from Yonge Street to Mutual Street. Please observe all City signage in and around the area.
July 10, 2018
Update: The City has awarded the contract for the watermain upgrade work on Gould. The expected start date has been delayed to late summer. Please observe any City signage in and around the site.
May 25, 2018
As part of the public realm improvements, work has been scheduled with the City of Toronto for upgrading the watermain on Gould Street extending from Yonge Street to Mutual Street. This work requires drilling along Gould Street to reline different sections of pipe.
The project timeline is set by the City of Toronto and is subject to change. For additional details, please visit the City of Toronto Ward 27 webpage, external link and navigate to Construction Notices > Gould Street.
The following table was last updated on November 16, 2018.
Gould Street between Victoria Street and Church Street
Monday, November 19 to Monday, November 26
Gould Street between O’Keefe Lane and Mutual Street
Monday, November 26 to mid-December
How this may impact you
Throughout the watermain upgrade, City of Toronto machinery and crews will be present along Gould Street from Yonge Street to Mutual. Street parking will not be available and there may be lane restrictions at times.
Building entrance access along Gould Street will be maintained. Where needed, temporary ramps will be installed to facilitate barrier-free access.
Every effort will be made to reduce the negative impact of this work, however some noise and debris will be unavoidable. In the case that access restrictions are required, signage will be posted to identify safe and accessible alternate routes.
Questions or concerns?
For specific questions about the Gould Street watermain upgrade project, please contact Jule Mycan, project manager by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416-979-5000, ext. 7832 or 416-722-9510.
For general questions, please contact the FMD Help Desk at email@example.com or 416-979-5091.
For after-hours concerns, please contact Security and Emergency Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-979-5040. In the case of an emergency, dial 911.