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Council Highlights from the January 20, 2020 Meeting

Posted on February 13, 2020 10:05 AM

Local Bowmanville street to be named after the Price family

Council voted to make an exception and name a local street after the Price Family. Generally, local streets within Clarington have a historical name or are named after local veterans to honour their sacrifices. The Price family settled in Bowmanville in 1931 on a local farm and began growing their produce. In 1964, the matriarch, Stella Price, began selling extra fruits and vegetables on her front lawn. Twenty-five years later, Stella’s...

UPDATE: Region unveils list of potential sites for Anaerobic Digestion and Waste Pre-Sort facility

Posted on February 13, 2020 09:00 AM

Whitby, Ontario – The Works Department is inviting residents to learn about six potential site locations for the new Anaerobic Digestion (AD) and Waste Pre-Sorting facility in Durham Region.

When: Thursday, February 27, from 5 to 8 p.m.

Where: Durham Regional Headquarters, 605 Rossland Road East, Whitby – Room LL-C (located on the lower level).

Potential site locations:

  • West Scugog – #10 Regional Road No. 21, Scugog
  • East Scugog – 1623 Reach Street, Port Perry
  • North Clarington – 9293 Woodley Road,...

Watch your speed: radar feedback signs are in your community

Posted on February 13, 2020 08:52 AM

In support of Durham Vision Zero, the Region of Durham has launched a speed radar feedback (RFB) sign program on Regional roads to improve driver awareness of speed limits on Regional roads and reduce aggressive driving.

The signs will be installed in locations rotating throughout the Region such as hamlets, school zones, community safety zones and other locations where the signs have been pre-determined to have the greatest benefit based on several factors, including speeding patterns, collision...

CN Public Inquiry Line

Posted on February 12, 2020 12:56 PM

CN’s Public Inquiry Line is the central point of contact for the public with non-emergency concerns, such as:

  • Noise (e.g. train whistling)
  • Condition of property and crossings (e.g. grade crossings, rail ties)
  • Environment (e.g. vegetation, grass cutting, trees)
  • Permits and flag persons
  • General operations (e.g. train speeds, hours of operation)

You can contact the CN’s Public Inquiry Line by phone at 1-888-888-5909 or by email at All inquiries must go through the Public...

Have your say on the future of broadband access in Durham

Posted on February 07, 2020 01:08 PM

Whitby, Ontario – The Region of Durham recognizes the importance of broadband access as a necessity for every household and business. That’s why we have launched separate broadband surveys—targeted to Durham residents (with additional questions for farms) and businesses—to gather feedback and improve broadband access across the region.

Why: The Region of Durham launched a Broadband Strategy, Durham Region Strategy – Connecting our Communities, to bring the region up to speed with some...

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