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Public Notices

Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

International Day for Persons with DisabilitiesSunday, December 3, 2017The Town of Milton is celebrating inclusiveness and accessibility with free drop-in programs for persons with disabilities: Fitness centres and classes Skating Swimming Sports Walking/running tracks Whirlpool and saunaFree drop-in programs are available:For persons with disabilities and one support personAt all recreation facilities, except the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, which is closed for the Tissot UCI Track Cycling ...

Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

News Release-The Town of Milton’s proposed 2018 budget focuses on the delivery of core services and infrastructure, while investing for the future. The 2018 budget maintains current services levels and has a proposed 7.5% tax impact for the Town’s share of property taxes. When combined with the potential Regional and Educational tax impacts, the overall change is an estimated 3.34%. “Consistent with the findings of the 2017 Fiscal Impact Study undertaken for the Town, a key ou...

Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The Town of Milton will be holding a Committee Meeting to consider the 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets:Monday, December 4, 2017 (and Tuesday, December 5, if necessary)7:00 pm, Council Chambers, Town Hall, 150 Mary StreetGet involved with the budget:Review the 2018 Budget Book online: www.milton.ca/budgetAttend the Committee of the Whole Meeting in person or watch the live webcast: www.milton.ca/webcastRegister to speak at the meeting by submitting a Delegate Request Form by 10:00 am on Monday...

Posted Wednesday, November 15, 2017

News release-On Wednesday, November 14, Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca announced a commitment to redevelop the Milton GO Station, adding up to 850 new parking spaces and improving station access. The station enhancements will provide additional connections to Milton Transit, increase opportunities for active transportation and improve pedestrian access to the station and nearby amenities.“Milton Council and residents welcome today’s announcement of plans to proceed with G...

Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017

News Release -In recognition of the Province’s emphasis on urban intensification, and increasing developer interest in pursuing mid-rise and tall buildings in Milton, the Town is proactively developing design guidelines to aid the integration of these developments into the community. Milton’s Official Plan has identified strategic locations most appropriate for intensification and higher density development. These locations include the Urban Growth Centre (which extends along both si...