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Public Service Announcement – Durham Region

Watch your speed: radar feedback signs are coming to your community. Whitby, Ontario – In support of Durham Vision Zero, the Region of Durham has launched a speed radar feedback sign (RFB) program on Regional roads to improve driver awareness of speed limits and reduce aggressive driving. The signs will

Public Notice – Mara Road, Durham Region Works Department

Surface Asphalt – Mara Road, Township of Brock – Public Notice July 15, 2019 The Regional Municipality of Durham will be proceeding with surface asphalt paving on Mara Road (Regional Road 23), from 70 metres north of Main Street to 660 metres north of Franklin Street, in the Township of

Beach Postings – July 12 – 18, 2019

The Durham Region Health Department Beach Monitoring Program has issued results of the beach testing program for the week of July 12 – 18, 2019 (inclusive). Listed below are the results: Beach   Open / Posted Beaverton North Beach (Wellington Street and Victoria Street) Map this location Open Beaverton South

Explore The Beaver River

The Beaver River is an incredibly significant natural area in the Lake Simcoe watershed​. Meandering from the Oak Ridges Moraine, the river flows through Sunderland, Cannington and Beaverton. The river plays a major role in filtering pollution, storing and replenishing water, and regulating climate. It also provides a critical ecosystem

Durham York Energy Centre Throughput Increase

The Regional Municipalities of Durham and York, the owners of the Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC), have commenced an Environmental Screening Process in accordance with the Waste Management Projects Regulation (Ontario Regulation 101/07) of the Environmental Assessment Act to amend the Environmental Compliance Approval for the DYEC. The DYEC site

Take a hike

Experience our great outdoors this summer! Brock Township offers a range of trails suitable for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding: Beaver River Wetland Conservation Area and Trail Running from Blackwater to Cannington, this former railway line has been converted into a scenic 12.5km trail along the Beaver River. Access it

Durham Region Check&GO!

The Durham Region Health Department launched the Check&Go! program in 2018 following a new disclosure by-law passed by Durham Region Council that includes online inspection results of: licensed child care centres, public swimming pools, spas, splash pads, small drinking water systems, restaurants, food stores, salons, tattoo parlors, piercing and tanning