The City of Thunder Bay is in the process of developing a funding application for a Community Flood Mitigation Project that requires a Climate Change Resilience Assessment to support the application. To satisfy this assessment, a PIEVC High Level Screening Assessment will be completed. This assessment process meets the requirements of the funding, specifically related the Infrastructure Canada Climate Lens General Guidance requirements. The main objective of the mitigation project is to significantly upgrade the stormwater system throughout Thunder Bay in known areas of concern to enable the city to better manage risks associated with current and future flooding. The Community Flood Mitigation Project consists of four main project components: Remaining elements of the Pollution Prevention Control Plan (PPCP), Storm Relief, Boulevard Lake Dam Improvements, and installation of Low Impact Development Facilities.
PIEVC High Level Climate Assessment on Community Flood Mitigation Project
Consultant :Associated Engineering