The Capital Engineering branch is responsible for various engineering projects throughout the Town of East Gwillimbury (EG), outside of new development/unassumed areas.

Sealing the deal for the future of our roads  

Micro-surfacing is scheduled to take place this summer in EG. Motorists may notice temporary road/lane closures and curb and sidewalk maintenance until September. To learn more about the project, and view the notice and locations, please view the Micro-surfacing table 

Capital Design and Construction Map

To view the Road Construction and Capital Engineering projects check out our Interactive Map.

Map of Construction Projects, coloured lines and points

Frequently Asked Questions

Project descriptions and frequently asked questions (FAQ's) are provided for the following Capital Engineering projects:

2024 Projects and Updates (Construction and Design)

Mount Albert Storm Outfalls, Retaining Wall and Trail Design

Project Background:

This storm outfall and retaining wall project is in the community of Mount Albert, adjacent to Vivian Creek Park. There are four storm outfalls and one span of retaining wall in need of repair. Town staff have investigated and continue to monitor the condition of the outfalls, although they require repair, the current state is stable and interim holding repairs will be completed (if necessary) until construction takes place. Similarly, the slope behind 13 and 15 Valley Mills Road was also inspected, monitored, and deemed stable. 

Vivian Creek Trail Feedback 

Thank you to everyone who completed the Vivian Creek Trail Closure survey. Your thoughts and feedback have been incorporated into a staff memo for Council. The memo was presented to Committee of the Whole on July 25, 2023, to view the Agenda, please visit the Council meeting portal.

 Storm Outfall Locations:

  • 66 Alice Street (rear-lot)
  • 68 and 70 Alice Street (rear-lot)
  • Behind 15 and 17 Valley Mills Road (Two Storm Outfalls) 

Retaining Wall Location:

  • Behind 13 and 15 Valley Mills Road 


The map below outlines the retaining wall and storm outfall locations. This project has several complex
factors that are being considered as part of the repairs, including slope stability, erosion, construction access, environmental and trail impacts. With the help of preliminary input received by external construction and engineering professionals, Town staff are preparing to tender the design contract in early 2024.