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Outdoor work at the Municipal Administrative Centre

Posted on October 20, 2020 08:46 AM

Please be advised that Municipal Staff will be doing some outdoor work at the Municipal Administrative Centre using a boom lift today, Tuesday, October 20. This may cause disruption to the sidewalks around Town Hall and some entrances. The work will continue throughout the day.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Council Highlights from the October 13, 2020 meeting

Posted on 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...

Courvier Crescent to close October 26 to 30

Posted on October 16, 2020 02:33 PM

Courvier Crescent will close between house numbers 127 and 147 from October 26 to 30, 2020, for underground utilities work. Detours will be available via alternate local roads.

Clarington partners with Farm 911: The Emily Project to help keep rural residents safe

Posted on October 14, 2020 11:15 AM

Clarington October 14, 2020/- Clarington is launching a new safety initiative to assist first responders in locating remote rural properties quickly in emergencies. Clarington has partnered with the Region of Durham and Farm 911: The Emily Project on this initiative to create address markers and clear signage for all properties.

Farm 911: The Emily Project was founded by the parents of seven-year-old Emily Trudeau, who died in a farming accident in Tweed in 2014. First responders were delayed...

Notice of Public Meeting: Bowmanville Home Hardware new supply outlet

Posted on October 08, 2020 01:06 PM

Notice of public meeting

The Municipality is seeking public comments on a request from the owners of the Bowmanville Home Hardware for Municipal Council support for a Minister’s Zoning Order that would allow the development of a new building supply outlet.

What is a Minister’s Zoning Order?

The Ontario Planning Act gives the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing the authority to zone any property in the Province. Zoning orders are rarely used where a municipality has existing official plans and...

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