The Frenchman's Bay Stormwater Management Master Plan (FBSWMMP) was approved by Council in 2010 and consisted of a group of projects, programs and policies designed to address issues related to flooding, erosion and poor water quality in Frenchman's Bay and its tributary watersheds.

The City has completed the Pine Creek Outfall Channel Restoration Study based on recommendations provided in the FBSWMMP. The purpose of the Study is to determine the best solution for long-term erosion protection for the surrounding urban area and infrastructure. The recommended solution is to complete the stream erosion control restoration along the outfall channel and to restore the creek banks at the confluence with the outfall channel. The study has been conducted in accordance with the Schedule B process as outlined in the Municipal Engineers Association's Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, as amended in 2007 and 2011). 

The outfall channel restoration will provide long-term protection against slope instability and channel erosion, will reduce the risk to public safety, prevents future property damage and provides the highest level of stormwater treatment possible.

Information Available

Notice of Study Completion - July 2016

Project File Report - August 2016: