The neighbourhood rehabilitation program will be wrapping up in the Lowe Avenue area soon.
 
Jubilee Drive is the last street in the area needing repairs, both underground and on the surface.
 
"We're replacing water mains and sewer mains. There's a little bit of storm sewer in there so we're replacing and enhancing that and then once the underground is complete we rebuild the roads," said the city's director of project management, Grant Schaffer.
 
Underground work is expected to wrap up in early August with the resurfacing lasting into October.
 
The lifecycle of underground pipes is roughly 75 years.
 
Minor landscaping deficiencies could have city crews return in the spring to finalize the rehabilitation.

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