NORTH BAY DOWNTOWN CCTV

In March 2013 City of North Bay council approved a budget for expanding the cities CCTV (Closed Circuit  Television Cameras) program to the downtown core to “heighten public confidence” in the area. The City of North Bay in conjunction with the Downtown Improvement Area has been studying the need for security CCTV in the downtown area since that time.  In September 2016 a Request for Proposal was issued by the City and a contractor was selected to supply and install 4 cameras at 2 intersections in the downtown area.

Over the next few weeks, work to install Phase I of the Downtown CCTV Video project will begin. Installations will take place at the Wyld Street and Main Street intersection and also at the Ferguson Street and Main Street intersection.

The installation at the Wyld Street and Main intersection will consist of two CCTV camera’s, one facing East down Main Street towards Sherbrooke Street and the other facing West down Main Street towards Ferguson Street. 

The other installation at the Ferguson Street and Main Street intersection will consist of two CCTV camera’s, one facing East down Main Street towards Wyld Street and the other facing West down Main Street towards Fraser Street. 

Camera placement is for security only.  Cameras will not be monitored and only accessed if requests meet the City of North Bay Video Policy.

The target completion date is August 15, 2017.

FOR QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS CONTACT

Robin Cameron

Project Coordinator – City of North Bay

705 474-0400 ext. 2313