The deadline is June 7th, 2019 for Reporting Sidewalk Cracks or other Faults in Infrastructure Upgraded under Neighbourhood Renewal in 2016 to 2017

Any unreported faults or damage to sidewalks and streets that were upgraded as part of Neighbourhood Renewal must be reported to by June 7th. There is no need to resubmit reports of damage that were previously sent to the or the

The final inspection of the work completed under Neighbourhood Renewal will be made by representatives of the City, the contractor and the community league in mid June. Cracks and other damage will be inspected to determine if they are due to faulty workmanship or materials. Those damages are covered under warranty and the contractor is responsible for their repair. If the damage is due to normal wear and tear the City is responsible for repair.

Damages caused by driving large vehicles moving in and out, excessive ice melt or salt, etc. are not covered by the contractor warranty. If the City inspector deems these damages are in need of repair, then they will get fixed using tax dollars.

Once the Contractor has completed all the repairs covered by the warranty a Final Acceptance Certificate will be issued and then maintenance of streets and sidewalks in Avonmore will return to City operations. The issuing of the Certificate ends the warranty under the contract.

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