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Construction Projects

Pumping Station Addition

Project Scope

The water supply low lift pumping station at 2 Lighthouse Crescent is being expanded to increase the storage capacity for coagulant used in the water treatment process. This will improve water system reliability, allow for more efficient use of staff time and reduce coagulant purchasing costs. The building addition will house two double wall storage tanks.


The concrete foundation walls and floor are poured. The walls and roof are framed. The building and equipment are expected to be in service by the end of 2019.

This section was updated on December 5, 2019.

2019 Paving Program

Nearly 17 kilometres of roads in Tay have been paved this fall. Tay Township has improved the sections of the roads listed below.

Paving and Restoration Complete

  • Albert Street from Jephson Street to George Street
  • Bannister Street from Vasey Road to south end
  • Duck Bay Road from Meadows Avenue to Forest Harbour Parkway
  • Ebenezer Side Road from Old Penetanguishene Road to Wood Road
  • First Avenue from Arpin Street to Woodlands Avenue
  • Forest Harbour Parkway from Duck Bay Road to 700 metres east
  • Gervais Road from Vasey Road to Hogg Valley Road
  • Maskinonge Road from Caswell Road to south end
  • Osborne Street from Robins Point Road to 750 metres west
  • Ron Jones Road from 200 metres north of Hogg Valley Road to McMann Side Road
  • Ron Jones Road from Ebenezer Side Road to 400 metres south
  • Rumney Road from Elliott Side Road to 1,850 metres south
  • Seventh Avenue from Alberta Street to Athabaska Street
  • Truax Lane from Vasey Road to north end
  • Wood Road from Ebenezer Side Road to 700 metres south

2020 Work 

  • Triple Bay Road from Talbot Street to north end
    • 2019 paving complete.
    • Due to utility challenges the 160m section north of Talbot will be completed in the spring of 2020. 

This section was updated on December 5, 2019.