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Contact Us – Erosion Risk Management(page)

New erosion hazards can be reported utilizing the “report an erosion hazard” button on the left side of the screen under the Erosion Risk Management menu. If you have an inquiry about an erosion hazard, please contact: erosionmonitoring@trca.ca or (365) 566-2376. Read more

Understand – Erosion Risk Management(page)

What is erosion, and how can I stop it? Learn the causes of erosion and discover smart landscaping strategies and techniques to minimize erosion on your property. DOWNLOAD TRCA’S TIPS FOR LANDOWNERS Erosion is the process of soil movement primarily by WATER or WIND. WATER Erosion is the result of water coming into contact with soil... Read more

Erosion Risk Management(page)

Managing the risk associated with the natural hazards of flooding and erosion is one of the primary roles of conservation authorities under the Conservation Authorities Act. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) fulfills this role through the delivery of multiple natural resource management programs and services, including the Erosion Risk Management Program (ERMP). The ERMP... Read more
Erosion Risk Management

Ajax Waterfront Erosion Mitigation Project(page)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in partnership with the Town of Ajax, is undertaking a flood and erosion control project along the Ajax Waterfront. To complete this study, TRCA will initiate a Class Environmental Assessment (EA), which provides the opportunity for input from the public and other stakeholders. The goal of this project is... Read more

Toronto Island Park Flood and Erosion Mitigation Project(page)

PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE #1 A Virtual Open House for the Toronto Island Park Flood and Erosion Mitigation Project was held from March 2-18, 2022. The community feedback period closed on March 18, 2022. The feedback will be used to help select and refine the preferred concept designs. To view the open house and see a... Read more
Toronto Island Park Flood and Erosion Mitigation Project

East Don River Behind Clarinda Drive Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization Project(page)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has proposed to undertake remedial works behind Clarinda Drive, in the City of Toronto. The purpose of this work is to protect private properties and municipal sewer infrastructure from valley slope instability related to erosion within a tributary of the East Don River behind Clarinda Drive. Project Location The... Read more

Eldorado Court Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization Project(page)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in partnership with the City of Toronto, is proposing to undertake remedial erosion control and slope stabilization works behind Eldorado Court to provide long-term protection to residential properties located at the top of slope. Project Location The Eldorado Court Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization Project is located in the... Read more

Topcliff Avenue Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization Project(page)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has proposed to undertake remedial flood and erosion control works behind Topcliff Avenue to provide long-term protection to private property from the hazards of erosion and slope instability. Project Location The project is located in the City of Toronto, near the intersection of Finch Avenue West and Jane Street.... Read more

Yellow Creek near Heath Street East Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization Project(page)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has proposed to undertake remedial works near Heath Street East, in the City of Toronto, to protect private property from the hazards of slope instability and address erosion concerns within the creek channel below. Project Location The project is located in the City of Toronto, northeast of the intersection... Read more

City of Toronto, York and Peel Regions to Benefit from Erosion Protection(news)

The Government of Canada today announced it will provide $22.31 million to the Toronto Region Ravine Erosion Management and Hazard Mitigation Project. Funded through the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund, the project will be implemented by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to address erosion along ravine systems in the Region of Peel, York Region... Read more
City of Toronto, York and Peel Regions to Benefit from Erosion Protection
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