Posted on Wednesday, May 01, 2019 04:30 AM
According to the Water Conditions Statement issued by the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA) on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, heavy rainfall forecast for Whitby has the potential to result in increased flows and higher than normal water levels in local creeks and streams. While no major flooding is anticipated at this time, the Town will continue to monitor conditions and will provide updates as conditions change.
Residents are reminded to stay a safe distance from local waterways...
Posted on Wednesday, May 01, 2019 02:30 AM
Residents are advised that the Town of Whitby intends to transfer the property at 65 Valleywood Drive, being Part Lot 27, Concession 3, Parts 3 and 4, Plan 40R-20470.
At the Monday, April 15, 2019 Council meeting, Town Council declared the property as surplus to its needs for the purposes of sale to Schlegel Villages Inc. for the development of a parkette.
Posted on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 05:30 PM
The Town of Whitby would like to advise residents that it intends to designate the property, legally described below, as being of cultural heritage value and interest under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O. 1990.
300 Taunton Road West
Part 2, Plan 40R-30337
The property meets one or more of the criteria for determining that it is of cultural heritage value or interest under Ontario Regulation 9/06.
Anyone who has an interest or objection to the proposed designation...
Posted on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 01:30 AM
The boating season at Port Whitby Marina and public waterfront kicks off Wednesday, May 1 and is open until Thursday, October 31. Whitby’s award-winning marina is the fifth largest marina on Lake Ontario and is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
A number of upgrades have been made to the Marina over the last few years to improve the boater experience. These include floating piers, barbeque shelters, new accessible benches along the Waterfront Trail, improved Wi-Fi and clubhouse...
Posted on Monday, April 29, 2019 01:00 AM
Seven-year-old Whitby resident Nathan Pelech loves bats – which is why he has built a bat box to help preserve their home and habitat in the community.
Inspired by a community and environmental enhancement project assignment by his local third-year Beaver Scout program, Nathan constructed the bat box and asked the Town of Whitby for help putting his idea into action by installing the box in a place where it would be of value to bats and the environment.
A bat box or house is a shelter that helps bats...