Posted on Thursday, October 06, 2022 08:52 AM
Whitby, October 6, 2022 — The next Whitby municipal election is fast approaching and will take place on Monday, October 24, 2022. In preparation for the election, Voter Notification Cards are being mailed to Whitby electors. Residents are encouraged to watch their mail for their card to arrive during the week of October 10 to October 14.
Each individual eligible elector on the Voters’ List in Whitby will receive a Voter Notification Card, which identifies the voter’s ward and school support. The...
Posted on Thursday, October 06, 2022 08:10 AM
Whitby, October 6, 2022 - With Thanksgiving on October 10, here’s a look at what Town amenities and services are open or closed.Parks, Trails, and Outdoor Recreation Facilities
The Town’s parks, trails and many outdoor recreation facilities are open to enjoy. When visiting please do your part to keep these spaces clean - pick up after pets and use garbage cans, or take waste home with you. For a complete list of outdoor amenities available to enjoy, visit whitby.ca/parks.Holiday Service Changes
Posted on Monday, October 03, 2022 05:36 AM
Turk Pond Access Rd. – Rossland Rd. / Thickson Rd.
Completion October 7, 2022
Works will include fine grading and paving a multi-use path to new pedestrian bridge.Project Number: T-41-2022, Parking Lot #5 Extension
Completion October 14, 2022
Works will include excavation, placement of granular ‘A’ pavement, curb, linemarking and light poles.
Posted on Friday, September 30, 2022 01:00 AM
“Today, as we remember and honour the many children lost, the residential school survivors, and their families, Town Hall will be lit up orange tonight, and we have both lowered all flags to half-mast and raised one to represent #EveryChildMatters. As a country and a Town, we recognize the importance of the National...
Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2022 09:22 AM
Today, the Town of Whitby unveiled the first orange crosswalk to honour the many children lost, residential school survivors, and their families in advance of The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, tomorrow, September 30.
Mayor Don Mitchell and members of Whitby Town Council were joined by Kim Wheatley, Anishinaabe Cultural Consultant from the Turtle Clan from Shawanaga First Nations Reserve, and community members to commemorate the official unveiling of the orange crosswalk...