- Waste Water Annual Report 2022
- Stirling Drinking Water Annual Report 2022
- Wastewater Annual Report 2021
- Stirling 2021 Drinking Water Annual Report
- Drinking Water Quality Management System Operational Plan
- Drinking Water Quality Management Final Standard
- Water Financial Plan 2020 160-301A
- Lower Trent Water Conservation Guide
- sump pump notice to residents final revision
- Water Consumption Guide
- Alternative Water sources
The Township of Stirling-Rawdon retained JLR to conduct the infrastructure capacity assessment, taking into account the existing servicing conditions and projected growth that it anticipates over the coming years. The Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Capacity Assessment was completed and identifies preferred options to meet the Existing, Short-Term (5 year design basis), Mid-Term (10 year design basis), and Full Build Out (20 year and beyond design basis) water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure needs of the Municipality.
The municipality’s urban area of Stirling is located approximately 20km northwest of the Belleville Hwy 62 Exit on the 401 Expressway. It is located on the Rawdon Creek at the confluence of former County Road 8 and former Highway 14.
View the complete Stirling Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Report.