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Water and sewer project to affect traffic on Front Road and King Street West

Utilities Kingston is embarking on a large, phased, multi-year project to improve water and sewer infrastructure in the community. In the second phase, starting this month, areas along Front Road and King Street West from Sand Bay Lane (Front Road bridge) to Country Club Drive will be affected. “This project, to redirect sewage

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KFL&A Public Health unveils COVID-19 wastewater test results dashboard

KFL&A Public Health has unveiled a long-awaited dashboard for COVID-19 wastewater test results done in the City of Kingston. Those results are expected to assist Public Health officials in tracking the prevalence of COVID-19 in the community. The samples taken for the testing have been accumulating since sampling began in

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Utilities Kingston helps homeowners protect properties from flooding

Utilities Kingston has a released Utilities Kingston’s Flood Facts, a collection of tips to help homeowners protect their properties this fall. “If you have a basement, it’s at risk of flooding and sewer back-ups – even if it’s never flooded before. The risk is greater during heavy rain falls so,

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Utilities Kingston to start pipe improvement

Starting in July, Utilities Kingston will be starting the lining of almost 5,000 metres of sanitary sewer main with a new solution that won’t require digging up neighbourhoods while also creating a “new pipe” within a pipe for a long-lasting solution.  According to a press release made by Utilities Kingston

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Utilities Kingston participating in project to track COVID-19 in wastewater

Utilities Kingston is taking part in a world-wide research project to help determine if the novel coronavirus can be found and transmitted through sewage and water. After early research suggested that COVID-19 might be transmitted through water and could help to determine a second-wave of cases, the Canadian Coalition on

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