Posted on Thursday, October 22, 2020 09:00 PM
Door Open has gone digital. Starting Friday, October 23 through November the Town of Whitby will take you behind the scenes at four local historically significant buildings. This year, in light of the pandemic, the tours will take place online. Learn about the people and places that helped shape Whitby’s history and explore some of the Town’s most iconic buildings – from the comfort of your home.
Visit Lynde House Museum - a house built in the early eighteen-hundreds for Jabez Lynde, an early Whitby...
Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020 03:45 AM
The Town of Whitby is proud to once again participate in Local Government Week, being celebrated province-wide this October 19 to 23.
This year during Local Government Week, Whitby’s residents are encouraged to get to know some of the people who work at the Town and learn why they love delivering programs and services to you, the community.
Get to know some of our team members:
Image Caption: "I love interacting with residents. When issuing marriage licenses I feel like I am sharing a happy moment...
Posted on Sunday, October 18, 2020 06:00 PM
Small businesses play an important role in our local economy and help make up the fabric of our unique community. This week, the Town of Whitby is joining municipalities across Canada in recognizing Small Business Week (October 19 to 23).
The Town is continuing and building on its supports for small businesses in our community through:Downtown Parking Supports
Based on feedback from businesses, the Town of Whitby and Downtown Whitby Business Improvement Area (BIA) are continuing to partner...
Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 01:45 AM
From Tuesday, October 13 to Tuesday, October 27 the Town will begin to gather community feedback on the proposed design for a new district park to be built in West Whitby at the northeast corner of Des Newman Boulevard and Whitefish Street.
Due to COVID-19 - and to make participating easier for residents - the open house is being conducted virtually over a two week period. Visit connectwhitby.ca/westwhitbypark to participate.
Proposed park design features include:
Posted on Thursday, October 08, 2020 04:30 AM
In light of the upcoming Thanksgiving long weekend, Mayor Mitchell and Whitby Town Council Members are urging residents to stay vigilant over the holiday.
The following statement is being issued on behalf of Mayor Mitchell:
“Although case numbers in Whitby and Durham Region are lower than some of our neighbours, we must all remain vigilant and continue to do our part to stop the spread of the virus.
Respect the provincial gathering limits and physically distance from those living outside...