As part of the delivery of programs and services related to natural hazards, Conservation Halton develops natural hazard and wetland mapping, policies, and technical guidelines. Through the process of developing these products, we engage with the people who live, work and/or have an interest in our watersheds, including residents, landowners, Indigenous communities, developers and municipal and provincial partners. We provide opportunities for people to offer feedback on our programs and services through public engagement on specific studies or initiatives as well as draft mapping, study findings and policies. Public involvement provides greater certainty and transparency on Conservation Halton programs and services, and we benefit from receiving observations about the watershed from the people who experience these watershed conditions.
The following studies are currently open for engagement:
- East Burlington Creeks Flood Hazard Mapping Study *after clicking link please scroll down to East Burlington Creeks Flood Hazard Mapping*