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Notice of Well Water Testing in Nobleton

The Regional Municipality of York will be testing the groundwater monitoring well installed on the southbound shoulder of Highway 27, north of Diana Drive in the community of Nobleton.

The groundwater monitoring well testing is part of the technical studies for the Nobleton Water and Wastewater Servicing Class Environmental Assessment Study and will help determine if this location is potentially suitable for a future community drinking water well.

When: June 17 to 24, 2020

What can you expect?

  • The testing will take place on the southbound shoulder of Highway 27, for approximately two days

  • Due to the nature of the work, there will be additional vehicles at the site, every effort to minimize impact will be made

  • Water will be discharged and directed towards the roadside drainage ditching on Highway 27

  • The discharge water will be monitored and the culverts along the drainage path will be inspected to ensure they are clear of material that could block drainage

  • Access to all homes and buildings will be maintained

  • There will be no impact to your water supply 

Thank you for your patience while we complete this important part of the Nobleton Water and Wastewater Servicing Class Environmental Assessment Study. Some work may be re-scheduled due to weather or other conditions.

If you have a water supply well on your property, please complete the Water Well Survey Form. If you have difficulties completing the survey, please contact Afshin Naseri and he will assist you to complete it. Please complete the survey before June 12, 2020.  Thank you for your participation.

Please note that safety is the Region’s top priority. As we monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation in York Region, we continue to deliver essential services while staying current with all health and safety related information and complying with guidelines related to COVID-19 published by the Ontario Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development and York Region Public Health. 

Stay in the Know

For more information about the Nobleton Water and Wastewater Servicing Class Environmental Assessment Study, or to be added to the mailing list visit york.ca/ea

If you have any questions about the study, contact:

Afshin Naseri
Senior Project Manager
York Region
Environmental Services
1-877-464-9675 ext. 75062
afshin.naseri@york.ca

Access York
York Region
1-877-464-9675  
accessyork@york.ca


Personal information submitted (e.g., name, address and phone number) is collected, maintained and disclosed under the authority of the Environmental Assessment Act and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for transparency and consultation purposes. Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public, unless you request that your personal information remain confidential.


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