Posted on Friday, March 04, 2022 06:27 AM
As the weather begins to warm up and days are getting longer, you may be thinking about ways to improve and upgrade your backyard spaces. Maybe it’s building a deck, putting in a pool or building a new shed. Before you get started, here are five things you need to know.
Sitting out on the deck and soaking up the sun – what could be better? Just like you plan where to place your patio furniture on your deck, you need to plan exactly where your deck goes before you build it....
Posted on Monday, February 28, 2022 08:38 AM
Town Exploring Possible Changes To Fireworks Regulations
The Town of Whitby is exploring changes to its fireworks regulations. We want to hear from Town residents to better understand how likely they are to use personal fireworks, what the overall interest in Town-run fireworks may be, where and when fireworks should be used, and any general concerns overall that are associated with fireworks.
Whether you enjoy fireworks or have concerns, now is the time to have your say.
Posted on Monday, February 28, 2022 07:34 AM
Town to welcome more facility visitors as provincial COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Get ready, Whitby! Wednesday, March 16, marks the start of registration for the Town of Whitby’s Spring Recreation Programs.
More than 600 programs will be made available – ranging from swimming lessons to basketball to yoga classes – providing new ways for residents of all ages and stages of life to reconnect and get active.
Posted on Friday, February 25, 2022 04:06 AM
The Town of Whitby connected with more than 3,100 residents in the community through a live Telephone Town Hall on Tuesday, February 22.
The hour-long event hosted by Mayor Don Mitchell and supported by Chief Administrative Officer Matthew Gaskell shared updates about Town operations, outlined upcoming plans for Whitby and answered questions from residents.
During the call, residents received answers to a number of questions on topics including road safety and traffic congestion, the planned...
Posted on Friday, February 25, 2022 02:04 AM
Mayor Don Mitchell has issued the following statement on the recent attack on Ukraine:
Yesterday’s news that Russia has invaded Ukraine is deeply disturbing. There are no winners in war and we stand with the people of Ukraine, their families and all Ukrainians who have made Whitby their home in condemning these aggressive attacks on this independent nation. Our thoughts and prayers go out to them today and every day as they deal with this senseless attack on their democracy.
As a Town,...