Posted on Friday, December 18, 2020 01:41 PM
Clarington is looking to provide more accessibility outdoors along its paths, trails and parks
The Municipality of Clarington will apply for a grant to help cover some of the cost of installing charging stations for mobility devices along our paths, trails and parks in the community. This initiative will ensure that Clarington's open spaces will be more accessible for seniors and people with disabilities to stay active and enjoy the outdoors. The application falls under the Ministry of Seniors...
Posted on Friday, November 27, 2020 03:10 PM
Clarington Council reopens property at the end of Longworth Avenue to the public
Clarington Council has amended a previous decision prohibiting the public from using the Municipal property on Longworth Avenue and Mearns Avenue. Council has opted to reopen the property for public use while adding certain safety precautions. Staff have been directed to remove the gate and open the property for residents to use while also installing a removable bollard to prevent bikes and ATVs from entering...
Posted on Friday, November 06, 2020 04:04 PM
Council Highlights October 26 – Combined highlights including special meeting
Clarington Council supports Home Hardware privately-initiated request for a Minister's Zoning Order
Clarington Council voted in support of a request made by Bowmanville Home Hardware for a Minister's Zoning Order (MZO) that, if approved by the minister, would change the existing zoning at 2423 Rundle Road, allowing the company to build a building supply centre in that location. An MZO is a rarely used planning...
Posted on Friday, October 16, 2020 03:05 PM
Council approves $750,000 to pay for railway safety improvements to stop train whistles at Cobbledick and Bennett Road crossings
Clarington Council earmarked $750,000 to pay for safety improvements needed at the Cobbledick and Bennett Road railway crossings in Clarington to stop train whistles in those areas. The money will be drawn from the Rate Stabilization Fund. Wilmot Creek residents have petitioned Council for several years to eliminate the noise pollution associated with...
Posted on Friday, September 25, 2020 03:42 PM
Council allocates $20,000 in support of diversity initiatives
Clarington Council voted to allocate $20,000 to support the development of a strategic plan for the Clarington Diversity Advisory Committee (CDAC). The CDAC was established to advise and inform Council on issues of diversity and inequality. In the current global environment, the Committee is focused on supporting the Municipality and providing advice on issues related to anti-black racism as well as racism in general. CDAC is working...