With snow melting, driving in neighbourhoods is getting difficult, so Town crews are plowing. Please note: crews plow the middle of the street, not curb to curb. Please:
• move parked cars if possible
• shovel driveways—move snow to front lawns
The Town is moving ahead to make plans for local transit, with the support of provincial funding.
The Town was approved for $9 million in provincial GreenTRIP funding in 2011 to create local and regional transit service and build a transit terminal. More...
When clearing your sidewalks and driveways of snow, please remember to push the snow onto your own property (like your front lawn).
DO NOT SHOVEL SNOW ONTO THE STREET — it can contribute to unsafe road conditions and impede the flow of melting snow.
Council discussed revisions made in November and approved the revised 2017 budget at the Dec 12 Council meeting.
Maintaining services in challenging economic times and continuing to plan for the future are key goals supported by the 2017 budget. More...
Stay off all local stormwater ponds no matter how the ice looks. There are NO circumstances in which the ice on stormwater ponds is safe: the surface may look solid, but changes underneath present a significant danger.