Last chance for Brampton residents to provide input on noise wall on Williams Parkway

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Published November 30, 2021 at 10:57 am

Tuesday (November 30) is the last day for Brampton residents to provide input on the noise wall on Williams Parkway.

The City has been collecting feedback on the wall since the beginning of the month regarding adding designs to make it more aesthetic.

Through an online survey, residents are encouraged to provide input on whether the wall should be made more visually appealing through the addition of a stain, or possibly by turning it into a mural designed by a local artist.

The wall, which runs along Williams Parkway between Harridine Road and North Park Drive, was originally intended to mitigate increased noise that was anticipated as a result of the planned expansion of Williams Parkway, but that plan has since been cancelled.

Council made the decision to reassess whether it was necessary to expand Williams Parkway from four lanes to six after construction of the wall had already started.

Then, last November, the expansion was officially cancelled by the City.

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