Blacks Bridge

A virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) meeting was held on May 19, 2021 from 4 to 6 p.m. to present the comparative evaluation and the preferred solution identified.

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Middlesex County is completing a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study to evaluate alternative long-term solutions for the future use of Blacks Bridge. The bridge was constructed in 1912 and is located on West Corner Drive approximately 2 km north of County Road 7 (Elginfield Road) in the Municipality of North Middlesex. The bridge has been closed since September 2019 due to structural deficiencies.

A key component of this study is consultation with interested stakeholders and members of the public. This survey has been designed to understand how Blacks Bridge has historically been used and what ideas exist in the community for its long-term need and functionality. The intent of this survey is to gather information to help inform how the study will be completed and understand local issues, concerns and opportunities prior to developing a list of alternatives for consideration and further evaluation. Please complete the questions as thoroughly as possible. A section has been provided at the end of the survey for general comments on the project.

Please note the survey is now closed.



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