West Don River near Langstaff Park Sanitary Protection Project

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) conducted remedial bank stabilization works for sanitary infrastructure protection along the West Don River, in the City of Vaughan. The main objective of the works was to stabilize the failed bank in order to protect regional sanitary infrastructure and to reduce public safety risks.

Project Location

The West Don River near Langstaff Park Sanitary Protection Project (P-128) is located along a section of the West Don River, within the Don River watershed. The closest major intersection to the project area is Langstaff Road and Keele Street, in the City of Vaughan.

Map highlighting project area in relation to the closest main intersection of Langstaff Road and Keele Street.
Figure 1.  Map highlighting project area in relation to the closest main intersection of Langstaff Road and Keele Street. Source: TRCA, 2019.

Scope of Work

Project Updates

Week of January 6, 2020

TRCA has completed construction at the project site. Final restoration of the trail and plantings will tentatively take place in spring 2020, as weather conditions permit.  Please use caution when using the trail as there may be uneven surfaces throughout the area until final restoration is complete. Your patience and cooperation are appreciated.

Contact Us

The Project Planning Team is located at TRCA’s Boyd Field Centre Office in Vaughan:

Restoration and Infrastructure Division, Erosion Risk Management
9755 Canada Company Avenue
Vaughan, Ontario
L4H 0A3

For more information regarding this project, please use the contact details outlined below:
Phil Wolfraim, Project Manager 
Erosion Risk Management
Engineering Projects, Restoration & Infrastructure Division
phil.wolfraim@trca.ca
416.661.6600