Posted on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 06:33 AM
The Town of Whitby is currently completing some tennis reconstruction projects at Peel Park, Palmerston Park and Folkstone Park. The work includes (depending on the location) new tennis net posts and nets, chain link fence repairs, drainage works and surface repairs including new coloured coating and line painting.
All 3 locations are expected to be reopened in early June, weather permitting. The Town of Whitby chose to close all 3 locations simultaneously to ensure they are all open and fully...
Posted on Monday, March 15, 2021 03:19 AM
On Monday, March 29, 2021, the Town of Whitby will hold a public meeting about transportation-related changes to Whitby’s Official Plan.
The proposed Amendment will update certain transportation policies and “Schedule D” - Transportation map in the Town’s Official Plan, to conform to the Durham Region Official Plan.
Ahead of the public meeting, a copy of the public meeting report outlining the details of the proposed Amendment will be available for review...
Posted on Friday, March 12, 2021 09:37 AM
Today, the Durham Region Public Health Unit announced that a new COVID-19 vaccination clinic will begin operating on Monday, March 15, at the McKinney Centre in Whitby.
The Health Unit is advising that the COVID-19 vaccine supply is still limited in the region, including in Whitby. The Health Unit is advising that residents within eligible priority groups visit durham.ca/VaccineAppointment to book a vaccination appointment. Seniors who are unable to use the online booking system can call 1.888.444.5113...
Posted on Friday, March 12, 2021 08:45 AM
On Monday, March 1, Town staff presented a staff report to Whitby Town Council to update them on progress made toward its Local Economic Recovery Plan and what to expect next. Here’s what you missed:
Through collaboration with community partners including the Whitby Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Whitby Business Improvement Area, 1855 Whitby Tech Accelerator and the Durham Economic Task Force, all but five of the 58 actions identified to support local business...
Posted on Friday, March 12, 2021 03:17 AM
Residents invited to have their say until April 2
Starting today, the Town of Whitby is inviting residents to share their feedback on three proposed design concepts for a new Whitby Sports Complex.
The new complex will be located on the west side of Baldwin Street South south of the intersection of Highway 407. The vision: to create a multi-purpose gathering space for inclusive sport and community programming - a place for residents of all ages and abilities to connect, play and get active.