FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Bold youth-led initiatives address local needs as Durham Community Foundation joins national community challenge Durham Community Foundation is joining the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge, making up to $30,000 available to youth-led projects that address diverse and urgent local priorities in the Township of Brock, Municipality of
The Durham Region Health Department Beach Monitoring Program has issued results of the beach testing program for the week of August 12, 2019. Listed below are the results: Beach Open / Posted Beaverton North Beach (Wellington Street and Victoria Street) Map this location Open Beaverton South Beach (Simcoe Street
Mayor Bath-Hadden is pleased to announce that a settlement has been reached between the Township of Brock, Kaitlin Properties Limited and Jay Yerema-Weafer with respect to her appeal of Township of Brock Zoning By-law 2780-2018 which relates to the development of Phase 2 of the Sunderland Meadows subdivision by Kaitlin.
The Township of Brock is currently accepting applications for the role of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) – Full Time Permanent . Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume and covering letter to email@example.com by no later than 4:00 p.m. on September 20, 2019.
The Mayor & Members of Council would like to invite members of the business community to the 2019 Fall Mayor’s Networking Business Breakfast to update you on all that has been happening since the Municipal Election last fall. When: Monday, September 30, 2019 Time: 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. (registration
Explore Cannington’s rich history at the Cannington Historical Museum and Blacksmith Shop! The museum, operated by the Cannington Historical Society, features a number of restored heritage buildings to tour. At MacLeod Park, visit the 1906 Canadian Northern Railroad Station, a 1929 CNR caboose, the 1850s Francis Log House and 1820s
The Region’s urban areas are hotter than you think. Watch this short video on urban heat islands to learn more about how they are caused, and what you can do to lessen their effects. Visit durham.ca/ClimateChange for more information.
Oversized garbage cans increase the risk of shoulder and back injuries to garbage collectors. These cans easily hold more than the allowed 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of garbage and are difficult to handle, making it unsafe for collectors to lift. Only bylaw-approved garbage cans will be collected by garbage collectors.
Whitby, Ontario – The eighth-annual Business Count is currently underway and The Regional Municipality of Durham is encouraging all local businesses—including home-based businesses, non-profit organizations and farms—to participate by completing the Business Count online at durham.ca/BusinessCount. The Business Count is a Regional project that aims to collect employment statistics and promote economic
The Council agendas for the August 12, 2019 Council meetings, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers of the Municipal Administration Building are now available. Click on the links below to view the agendas for the meeting. Council – 4:30 p.m. Council – 7:00 p.m.