Posted on Thursday, September 23, 2021 11:34 AM
Whitby, Ontario – As part of our commitment to Durham Vision Zero, The Regional Municipality of Durham is making bicycle crossings easier for cyclists, drivers and pedestrians by installing crossrides on cycling routes at designated intersections.
Where: Crossrides are installed where multi-use paths cross public roads. New installations on-going.
Why: A crossride is dedicated space at an intersection where cyclists can ride their bicycle through the intersection, indicated by unique...
Posted on Thursday, September 16, 2021 02:23 PM
Whitby, Ontario – The Regional Municipality of Durham advises residents of lane restrictions on Regional Highway 2, in Courtice in the Municipality of Clarington.
When: September 27 to October 29. Unfavourable weather conditions may influence the work schedule.
Where: Regional Highway 2, from Trulls Road to 150 metres east of Trulls Road, in Courtice in the Municipality of Clarington
Why: To safely construct an entrance and concrete median to support new development.
Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 04:34 PM
Starting Wednesday, September 15, 2021, crews will begin working at Penfound Park and Glenabbey Park in Courtice and West Side Park in Bowmanville to replace existing play equipment, sun shelters and paved walkways.
All three parks will see new playground equipment, paved walkways and benches, while West Side Park and Penfound Park will also get new sun shelters.
The parks will remain fenced off during construction, and we ask residents and children to please keep a safe distance from the area. The...
Posted on Monday, September 13, 2021 01:14 PM
Whitby, Ontario - Durham Region Health Department and Lakeridge Health have extended the timeline for two area COVID-19 mass immunization clinics to remain open until the end of 2021. The clinics located in Ajax and Oshawa were slated to close by mid to late September, but both clinics will now remain open joining the list of walk-in, pop-up and mobile clinics being offered in numerous communities throughout Durham Region.
Both COVID-19 immunization clinics at the Audley Recreation Centre...
Posted on Monday, September 13, 2021 09:45 AM
Whitby, Ontario – The Regional Municipality of Durham is requesting input into the creation of the 2022-2025 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The plan will outline how the Region of Durham will prevent and remove barriers that people with disabilities may face in our programs, services and facilities.
When: The survey will be open from Monday, September 13 to Sunday, October 3.
Where: Individuals are asked to visit durham.ca/AccessibilitySurvey to take part in the survey.