Posted on Friday, March 25, 2022 07:46 AM
Building a Vibrant, Dynamic Downtown Whitby
The Town of Whitby and Brookfield Residential has broken ground on the largest new development in Downtown Whitby in the last thirty years, Station No. 3.
After first being proposed several years ago, Station No. 3 – a mixed use redevelopment by Brookfield – is moving forward. The project is being partially funded by the Town of Whitby and Durham Region, as part of its commitment to incentivize new positive downtown developments and investment in Whitby’s...
Posted on Friday, March 25, 2022 07:02 AM
Drop off non-perishable foods at Town facilities now through April 23 or donate online
After a long winter coupled with the ongoing pandemic, food donations are needed to support our community’s most vulnerable. That’s why, starting today, the Town of Whitby has set-up numerous drop off locations, making it easy for residents, businesses and community groups to help support the local Salvation Army Food Bank.
The Town encourages everyone that is able, to drop non-perishable...
Posted on Friday, March 25, 2022 06:49 AM
Whitby Town Council and staff recognize and value the contributions of the diverse communities that make our Town so unique and special. We also observe national and internationally recognized days and historical events. Learn more about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Whitby.
Read on to see a list of awareness days and observances for April 2022. Be sure to subscribe to this page for updates or visit whitby.ca/calendar to see if there are any virtual or in-person events...
Posted on Monday, March 21, 2022 02:47 AM
The Town’s 2022 call for Art Attack applicants has begun!
Between now and Friday, April 15, Whitby youth ages 12 to 18 are invited to apply to be featured in Art Attack – an annual showcase of local youth artists held each year during National Youth Week.
Art Attack is presented by the Whitby Youth...
Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 01:00 AM
The Town of Whitby is working to redesign Wallace Park located on the south side of Wallace Drive (behind Town Hall) – and we want to hear from you!
Now through April 6, visit connectwhitby.ca/WallacePark to view the proposed park design concept and comment on the playground equipment being planned for the park.
To share a comment or for more information, please visit connectwhitby.ca/WallacePark.