Townships of Severn and Gravenhurst
Couchiching Lock 42 Concrete Rehabilitation
The concrete lock and approach walls at Couchiching Lock 42 will be refaced over the non-navigation season within the next few years.
October 21, 2019 - Road Closure to Replace Bridge: Washago at Couchiching Lock 42
June 13, 2019 - Info-Work: Temporary Road Closure: Washago at Couchiching Lock 42
May 21, 2019 - Info-Work: Geotechnical Work at Couchiching Lock 42
The Hamlet Bridge is a combination fixed and swing bridge. The bridges will be replaced will a similar look to respect the historic landscape of the area. The bridges will be raised to reduce immersion of mechanical components during high water events, as well as correct runoff away from the bridge. The road abutments, east pier and bridge operator’s building will be fully replaced, and mechanical and electrical systems will be upgraded.
Swift Rapids Lock Road Bridge Rehabilitation | Near Severn Falls, Township of Gravenhurst
The Swift Rapids Lock 43 access road (an extension of Carlyon Road in Severn Township) provides seasonal access to both the lock and the hydro facility, as well as providing an access route for trappers, snowmobilers, and some cottages. Parks Canada repaired four bridges on the road; work was completed in late summer 2017.
Big Chute Marine Railway Car Rehabilitation or Replacement | Near Severn Falls, Township of Gravenhurst
Based on assessment and design, the Big Chute Marine Railway Car will be rehabilitated or replaced.
Rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of Port Severn Dams and Bridges | Port Severn
The project scope entails a comprehensive rehabilitation / reconstruction of many of the dams and associated assets within the TSW Northern Sector in the Port Severn Area. The dams include the Port Severn Main Dam, Bayview Dam E, Little Chute Dam G, and Port Severn Blind Dams A, C, and D. Also included within this project are repairs to the Port Severn Fixed Bridge and the Bayview Dam E Bridge.
Rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of Northern Sector Dams
The project scope entails a comprehensive rehabilitation / reconstruction of dams and associated assets within the Trent-Severn Waterway Northern Sector in the Six Mile Lake region. This includes the two Six Mile Lake Dams, Whites Portage Dam, the Pretty Channel Dams, Hungry Bay Dam, Crooked Bay Dam and Little Go Home Bay Dam. Mechanization is being considered for the Whites Portage and Pretty Channel Dams to further enhance water management capabilities.
July 7, 2017 - Info-Work: Geotechnical Investigation at Six Mile Lake Area Dams (PDF, 114 KB)