Notice of service disruption

Current Disruption(s)

February 9

Lane Restrictions on Champlain Avenue and Thornton Road

Please be advised that beginning the week of February 12, the Regional Municipality of Durham will begin construction of a new sanitary sewer and watermain for the future Consumers Drive extension. This work will require daily lane restrictions on Champlain Avenue and Thornton Road starting the week of February 19 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily.

This project is expected to be completed by the end of April however, unfavourable weather conditions may influence the work schedule.  The region realizes that the construction work will be disruptive and will make every effort to complete the work as quickly and efficiently as possible.

November 18

Whitby main entrance closed due to construction

Please be advised that the front entrance of the Whitby campus will be closed beginning in the evening of Sunday, November 19, scheduled to reopen spring 2018. To access the Whitby campus employees, students and visitors will use the North entrance, adjacent to shipping and receiving.

This is being done to support one of our 50th Anniversary construction projects. The Whitby campus main entrance is being remodeled to provide touchdown space and collaboration areas for the more than 2,000 students who call Whitby campus home. This project was funded by the $1.9 million provided by the provincial government in honour of our 50th anniversary.

Updates on this project will be communicated as they become available.


Notice of Service Disruption

Durham College will provide notice of service disruption when any facility and/or technology are unavailable.

A notice of service disruption will include the following:

  • Reason for the disruption
  • Anticipated duration of the disruption
  • Alternate facilities or services, if any
  • Appropriate contact information

NOTICE OF TEMPORARY OR UNPLANNED SERVICE DISRUPTIONS

In the event of a temporary or unplanned service disruption, notification will be served as quickly as possible via:

A notice placed at the main reception desks and/or in a visible location at the main entrances of all buildings on campus.

NOTICE OF PLANNED SERVICE DISRUPTIONS

In the event of a planned service disruption, the college will provide the public with reasonable notice (at least 10 business days) of any such disruption via:

A notice placed at the main reception desks and/or in a visible location at the main entrances of all buildings on campus.

REPORTING A SERVICE DISRUPTION

Service disruptions can be reported to the specific department or school affected by/responsible for the disruption or to one of the following areas: