Posted on Wednesday, September 01, 2021 12:37 AM
The splash pad at Kiwanis Heydenshore is getting a makeover. Starting Tuesday, September 7, the splash pad at Kiwanis Heyenshore Park, located at 589 Water Street, will be closed for redevelopment, with construction scheduled to take eight to ten weeks.
The splash pad is being renovated to replace the aging splash pad facility and improve the user experience of the park. When it’s all done, Whitby residents will have a brand new splash pad to cool off at next season!
Posted on Friday, August 27, 2021 03:25 AM
The Town is seeking community feedback to help set its wayfinding and signage standard – to make it easier to navigate to and through Town of Whitby facilities and amenities.
Wayfinding can generally be defined as how we find our way between places. By developing this standard, the Town will make it easier for Whitby residents and visitors to navigate Town facilities and amenities and access programs and services within them. This includes signage to help find places like Town buildings, parks,...
Posted on Thursday, August 26, 2021 05:30 AM
The Town of Whitby is currently in the process of finalizing a mandatory vaccination policy in an effort to better protect the health and safety of our staff and our residents. Under this policy, all Whitby staff will be required to demonstrate proof of full vaccination or regular rapid antigen testing, among other things. More details will be made available as the policy is finalized.
The Town is also working in concert with a number of partner municipalities in Durham Region to implement a consistent...
Posted on Monday, August 23, 2021 05:37 AM
Residents have a new, interactive way to help inform the Town’s new climate adaptation plan – with Whitby’s new ISeeChange platform.
The Town is pleased to be the first municipality in Canada to launch ISeeChange as part of its efforts to create climate change solutions. Over the next six months, residents can share stories, photos or comment on weather patterns or extreme weather events that they observe in their own backyard, neighbourhood or community. This could include a heavy storm, extreme...
Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 01:00 AM
The Town of Whitby is seeking community feedback on going paperless with its annual Waste Collection Calendar, currently being printed and mailed to all Whitby households each spring. Information from the calendar would continue to be made available online and through the Whitby Waste Buddy app available from Google Play or the App Store.
Complete a short, online survey between now and Friday, September 3 at 4:30 p.m. to have your say and tell us how you currently access...