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Posted Thursday, June 21, 2018

The Town of Whitby would like to remind residents and local businesses of the upcoming closure related to the Rossland Road construction project. Beginning on Tuesday, July 3, there will be a full closure of Rossland Road West between Lake Ridge Road and McQuay Boulevard. The road closure is expected to end in November. Local traffic will be permitted beyond Cochrane Street up to McQuay Boulevard to access the Whitby Iroquois Soccer Club, Donald A. Wilson Secondary School, All Saints Catholic ...

Posted Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The Town would like to remind residents that the first instalment of the 2018 Final Tax Billing is due on Monday, June 25, 2018. This billing applies to all residential, farmland, pipeline and managed forest properties. The final tax bills were mailed to property owners the week of May 21, 2018. If you did not receive a tax bill and you are responsible for payment, please contact the Tax Division at 905.430.4304 or 905.668.5803 to obtain the necessary information. Please note that payments not...

Posted Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Residents and business owners invited to provide feedback on Town programs and services The Town of Whitby is seeking resident feedback on its current programs and services, in addition to the Town’s priorities for the future.   From now to July 6, residents and business owners are invited to have their say by completing a short telephone or online survey. Public-opinion firm Forum Research will conduct 400 randomized and confidential telephone surveys of residents. Those not randomly sel...

Posted Thursday, June 14, 2018

Mayor Don Mitchell today attended the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence (GLSL) Cities Initiative annual conference in Ajax. At the conference, Canadian and US mayors celebrated the strong, integrated relationship on environment and economy that binds the two countries and the Great Lakes St. Lawrence region as a whole. Also at the conference, civic leaders announced the creation of the Mayors’ Council on Nature and Communities, a new venture to create natural spaces in urbanized areas and cont...

Posted Thursday, June 14, 2018

Residents of all ages and abilities are invited to take part in the more than 35 free, family-friendly events being hosted by the Town this summer.   Back by popular demand, the Town’s summer programming includes Music in the Park, Culture in the Square, Movies in the Park and Fresh Air in the Square. “From movie and music events to culture and family fitness activities, our summer events offer something for everyone,” said Mayor Don Mitchell. “Events like these are an ...