Posted on Monday, June 07, 2021 06:16 AM
Works will include removal and replacement of curb/ sidewalk, pulverizing of road followed by new base and top asphalt, driveway and sod restoration.
Works will include removal and replacement of curb/ sidewalk, pulverizing of road followed by new base and top asphalt, driveway and sod...
Posted on Thursday, June 03, 2021 06:32 AM
Share your feedback during Phase Two of community engagement on the Downtown Whitby Secondary Plan
As Downtown Whitby grows, the Town of Whitby is reviewing and updating its Downtown Whitby Secondary Plan. This updated plan will guide sustainable land use and development in Downtown Whitby to ensure the area is able to meet the needs of the community today and in the future.
This is the second phase of community engagement on the Secondary Plan update. Information and feedback...
Posted on Thursday, June 03, 2021 04:55 AM
Residents invited to have their say until July 30
What Town of Whitby services are most important to you? Which would you prioritize if you were building Whitby’s 2022 Budget? These are questions the Town is asking residents and local businesses to answer as it launches community engagement to help build its 2022 Budget.
Each year, the Town undergoes an extensive budget planning process to prepare the annual municipal budget. This year, community engagement has been moved earlier in the process...
Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2021 03:41 AM
More than 2,700 people help shape new design
The Town of Whitby is making a number of important changes to its proposed design for the new Whitby Sports Complex being built on Baldwin Street South – changes are the direct result of feedback collected through one of the Town’s largest community engagements to date.
From March 12 to April 2, more than 2,700 people shared their feedback on three possible design concepts for the complex through an online survey and four virtual engagement sessions....
Posted on Monday, May 31, 2021 03:27 AM
Did you know: a bronze statue of Sir William Stephenson has been installed in Celebration Square at the Whitby Public Library?
Award-winning Canadian sculptor Ruth Abernethy created the bronze statue to commemorate the life and legacy of Sir William Stephenson and tell the story of his ties to Whitby. Additional statue busts of Sir William Stephenson were also installed at Intrepid Park and Sir William Stephenson Public School.
We invite you to learn more about the statue and the story behind this...