Wellesley Water and Wastewater Master Plan

The Wellesley Water and Wastewater Master Plan will examine how the Region provides water and wastewater services to the village of Wellesley for the next thirty years.

What is this project about?
The Region of Waterloo provides water and wastewater services to the village of Wellesley. With new growth identified in the next 30 years, the Region is starting this master plan to ensure the best way to continue providing these services.
How do I get involved?
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What are the key aspects of the Master Plan?

The Wellesley Water and Wastewater Master Plan will consider the following: 

  • Condition of existing infrastructure for water and wastewater servicing
  • Impacts of growth identified in the village of Wellesley for the next thirty years
  • Considerations for climate change on our infrastructure
  • A plan for the best way to deliver these services
What is the study area?

The map below includes a rough outline of the study area. The map encompasses the village of Wellesley and its water and wastewater infrastructure.

study area for Wellesley Water and Wastewater Master Plan

Resources

Public Consultation Centre #1

Contact information

Please contact the project manager with comments or questions.

Kaoru Yajima, P.Eng. (he/him)

Senior Engineer, Engineering and Environmental Services, Water and Wastewater Services

Region of Waterloo

519-575-4757 ext. 3349; Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TTY): 519-575-4608

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