The Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF) is a federal program designed to accelerate short-term community investments, while supporting the rehabilitation and modernization of drinking water, wastewater & storm water infrastructure, and the planning and design of future facilities and upgrades to existing systems.

The CWWF is funding a number of water, wastewater, and storm water projects in Thunder Bay. See below for the virtual signage for Thunder Bay's CWWF funded projects:

Hinton Avenue – Green Infrastructure Stormwater Facility

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $200K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

Hinton Avenue – Green Infrastructure Stormwater Facility

Intercity Drainage Study

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $625K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

Image stating that the Intercity Drainage Study received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

 

Landfill Stormwater Management Plan

  • Protecting our waterways and ecosystems
  • $150K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

 Image stating the Landfill Stormwater Management Plan received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

Stormwater Infrastructure Inventory & Condition Assessment 

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $250K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

 Image stating the Stormwater Infrastructure Inventory and Condition Assessment received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

Storm Sewer – Frederica Street – Neebing to West End

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $400K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

Image stating the Stormwater Infrastructure Inventory and Condition Assessment received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

Storm Sewer – Selkirk St – Arthur St to Cuthbertson Pl

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $115K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

Image stating the Stormwater Infrastructure Inventory and Condition Assessment received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

Highgate Road Drainage Improvements

  • Reliable services
  • Healthier environment
  • $150K funding
  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2020 timeline

Image stating the Stormwater Infrastructure Inventory and Condition Assessment received funding from the Clean Water Wastewater Fund (CWWF)

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