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Study of long-term drinking water servicing strategies begins

November 15, 2022

The County is initiating a Schedule B Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) study to identify long-term drinking water servicing strategies for the municipality.

The study will identify and evaluate drinking water servicing alternatives for the urban centres of Picton, Wellington and Rossmore, as well as for the villages of Bloomfield, Ameliasburgh, Peat’s Point, Consecon and Carrying Place. A preferred water servicing strategy for these areas will be selected to minimize technical, socio-cultural, natural environmental and economic impacts.

Public consultation is an integral component of the Class EA study. Residents’ input will be sought during the planning process. A Public Information Centre (PIC) will be held as part of the study process. Once a date for the PIC is confirmed, the County will publish invitation notices to the PIC in local newspapers and on the County’s website, as well as distribute the notices to all individuals who express an interest in this project.

If you want to be added to the project contact list to receive notices and information, or to provide comments at any time during the process, please contact Garrett Osborne, Project Manager, at 613.476.2148 extension 2002 or email

Click hereor more information on the Class EA study.

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