Main Street Markham Reconstruction
The reconstruction of Main Street Markham from Highway 407 to Major Mackenzie Drive is a key strategic priority for Markham. In addition to the reconstruction of the road, the project:
- Permits much-needed upgrades to Main Street Markham's water main, storm sewers and associated service connections,
- Enhances the existing streetscape,
- Improves the public realm, and
- Showcases this significant residential, commercial and heritage community of Markham.
This Major City Project is divided into four phases:
- Phase 1: Highway 7 to Bullock Drive
- Phase 2: 16th Avenue to Major Mackenzie Drive
- Phase 3: Main Street Markham South
- Phase 4: Bullock Drive to 16th Avenue
Public Meetings and Events
Visit the Main Street Markham Events Page for information on public meetings related to this project.
Why are we doing this?
The community wishes to transform Main Street Markham from a vehicular dominated street to one that better supports commercial activities in the core and enhances the Markham Village Heritage Conservation District. On a Markham-wide scale, the project will allow planning for the overall transportation network up to year 2021 and provide a framework for growth management.
Who is paying for this?
The City of Markham is investing $5,525,200 into the project, to be phased financially over time.
What if I have questions?
If you have any questions, please contact the individuals listed on the Contact Us page. We are committed to responding to you within one business day.