Community consultation regarding the proposed design for:
  • Clover Point Pump Station Building Exterior and Public Space Improvements;
  • Clover Forcemain Alignment within Dallas Road; and
  • Cycle Path Alignment

For more information, please click here to review the presentation given at the community meetings on January 10 and 11, 2018.

How Feedback Will Be Used

Your feedback is important to us. Input received through this community consultation will be compiled and considered by the Project team. Residents are invited to provide input on the design of the public space improvements, the design of the exterior of the Clover Point Pump Station, the alignment of the Clover Forcemain (pipe) within the Dallas Road right-of-way and the design and alignment of the cycle path along Dallas Road.

Background

The Wastewater Treatment Project (the Project) will provide tertiary treatment for wastewater from the core area municipalities of Victoria, Esquimalt, Saanich, Oak Bay, View Royal, Langford and Colwood, and the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations. The Project will be built so we comply with federal regulations by the end of 2020, and is being funded by the Government of Canada, the Government of British Columbia and the CRD.

Next Steps

The Project team will review and consider all input received in community meetings, on-line, and in written submissions, along with technical, financial, and environmental considerations. The final proposed design will then be presented to the City of Victoria Council for final review in March/April.
Clover Point Pump Station

As part of the Project, the Clover Point Pump Station will be expanded and upgraded.  The current pump station pumps sewage directly into the ocean. The expanded pump station will pump wastewater to the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant for tertiary treatment and provide bypass pumping to the existing outfall during storm events.

Improvements will also be made to the public spaces and surrounding lands and will include:
  • Public Plaza accessible to pedestrians and cyclists
  • Bike Node (pathway intersection for bike and pedestrian traffic)
  • Interpretative signage and wayfinding signs at the public plaza
  • Two replanted grassed open spaces to the west and east of the public plaza
  • Street furniture and bicycle facilities including benches, bike racks, a bike rack for maintenance and repair, and a drinking fountain
  • One public washroom with two gender neutral, universally accessible stalls
  • Intersection improvements at Clover Point Road and Dallas Road
  • New connecting walkway and bike path across Clover Point Road to the Dallas Road/Ross Bay Seawalk
  • Pedestrian path from Dallas Road alongside Clover Point Road and connecting to the existing Clover Point Park Path

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* 1. Please indicate your level of agreement with the overall proposed design of the Clover Point Pump Station building exterior.

* 2. Please indicate your level of agreement with the overall design of the public space improvements at Clover Point.

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