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Replacement of the drinking water conduit and the complete rehabilitation of Senneville Road between Sainte-Anne Avenue and Tunstall Avenue.
This work consists of the replacement of water mains, service entries located on public property, drainage repairs as well as the reconstruction of the existing road. The work will be carried out by Construction Bau-Val Inc., the supervision of the work by the engineer firm AXOR Experts-Conseils, and the control of materials by the Solmatech laboratory.
There will be a complete closure of Senneville Road between Sainte-Anne Avenue and Tunstall Avenue, only local traffic will be allowed. Detour roads will be established based on the progress of the work.
We are aware of the inconvenience this work may cause and we are taking all necessary measures to minimize its impact.
Information concerning this work is available at the Town Hall between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or online at www.villagesenneville.qc.ca. To report emergency situations outside office hours, please call 514 630-1234.
Between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., the Village of Senneville’s public works, will proceed with the unidirectional flushing of the south water distribution system. (Muir Park circle, Elmwood, Tunstall, Morningside, Sunset, Senneville between Sainte-Anne and Sunset)
The unidirectional flushing of the water distribution system is a systematic removal of non-solidified deposits using water velocity. An organized and strategic manipulation of hydrants to be flushed and valves ensures that the source of water used to clean always comes from previously flushed sections, with minimal disturbance to surrounding areas.
Consequently, you could experience a slight temporary loss of water pressure and your water could also be rust coloured. This may cause some inconvenience such as stains on fabrics. However, there is no risk for your health.
The Village of Senneville suggests that you leave the cold water running until water loses its colouration.
As this is a large-scale operation, covering the village south system, your water could be rust coloured on several different occasions. However, you can do your laundry and dishes after hours and days above-mentioned as no work is carried out between these hours.
The Village of Senneville apologizes for the inconveniences associated with this work necessary to maintain the quality of service, and thanks you for your understanding.
The ministère des Transports will continue paving work on Autoroute 40 in the west island of Montréal, which began last fall. This year's work concerns the section between the Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge (excluding the bridge) and the boulevard des Anciens-Combattants.
Starting May 27 until the end of July, partial and complete night closures will be required on Highway 40 (Félix-Leclerc) in either direction. The first interventions involve the roadway dedicated to eastbound traffic. During complete closures, road users will be redirected to the opposite road, in the opposite direction.
The interventions do not require any complete obstruction of Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge.. It should be noted, however, that bridge maintenance work is planned for this summer and for the next few months once this project is completed. As in previous years, dynamic traffic management will maintain three open lanes on the bridge in the direction of the peak. The schedule and details of the work will be communicated at the appropriate time.
In the event of adverse weather conditions or operational constraints, the work and detours could be postponed or canceled.
This project is listed in the 2019-2021 road investment list for the Montreal region. The Ministry thanks road users for their collaboration. In order to plan your travel appropriately, find out about current and future roadblocks by consulting Québec 511. For the safety of road users and workers, it is essential to respect signage in place.
The Île-aux-Tourtes bridge between Vaudreuil-Dorion and Senneville will be replaced.
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