Posted on Monday, February 08, 2021 04:59 AM
The Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Family Day - the Whitby Way
Whitby is bringing fun and interactive Family Day experiences to you and your family. On Monday, February 15, gather the family members you live with and celebrate together in new ways.
Keep the kids entertained and make memories with one (or all five) of the following activities:Family Day Neighbourhood Scavenger Hunt
Enjoy an outdoor scavenger hunt in your neighbourhood. The easiest way to participate is to open the scavenger hunt...
Posted on Wednesday, February 03, 2021 05:47 AM
Are you doing more walking than ever before? Are you seeing more neighbours exercising outside? While some of us were avid walkers before the pandemic, more of us are discovering the benefits and joy of walking and hiking.
Visit connectwhitby.ca/winterwalkday and drop a pin on the Whitby map to mark your favourite...
Posted on Monday, February 01, 2021 04:35 AM
Town of Whitby Projects
Projects: 2021 Projects in tendering stage.Region of Durham Whitby Projects
Projects: 2021 Projects in tendering stage.Ministry of Transportation Projects
Brock Street Bridge Replacement and Highway 401 Improvements
Work will continue on this multi-year construction project. The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has advised that two lanes of traffic in each direction will be maintained on Brock Street during peak periods throughout the majority of the project...
Posted on Monday, January 25, 2021 07:19 AM
Proposed 2021 Budget Now Available
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The Town of Whitby’s proposed 2021 Budget is now available online.
The 2021 Budget Highlights publication, which features the Town’s key accomplishments in 2020 and top priorities for 2021, is also available online.
The proposed budget reflects Council’s approval of a budget target of 0.55 per cent increase (or $2.57 per month for the average residential property*) on the total residential bill for Town services. This...
Posted on Friday, January 22, 2021 06:27 AM
Whitby Fire Chief Dave Speed Reminds Residents to Stay Off Ice At Stormwater Ponds
Residents are reminded to stay off the ice at stormwater ponds (also known as retention ponds). These are not intended for recreational uses, like skating.
To help explain why, Whitby Fire and Emergency Services Chief Dave Speed issued the following statement:
“This year more than ever, we’ve seen an increase in the number of residents skating and playing on the Town’s 40 plus stormwater management ponds. These...