Town of Milton News

Posted Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Town reminds residents to keep Milton looking neat and tidy this spring season. Please remember that commercial lawn signs are only permitted on private property and not on roadways, boulevards or parks. Earlier this month, Town staff removed over 200 commercial signs that did not comply with By-Law 15-2005 and will continue removals throughout the spring and summer.  If you spot a sign that shouldn’t be there, use the myMILTON Click & Fix feature to report it. For more informat...

Posted Monday, April 15, 2019

Easter Stuff-a-BusNews Release Milton Transit invites the community to help fill an entire bus with non-perishable food items in support of the Salvation Army Food Bank. A bus will be stationed at the Kennedy Circle Metro from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday, April 20. For additional information about Milton Transit, please visit www.MiltonTransit.ca or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Posted Friday, April 12, 2019

Construction is scheduled to begin on Louis St. Laurent the week of April 15, with anticipated completion by December, 2019. The contract was awarded to Four Seasons Site Developments Ltd., who will undertake the reconstruction works of Louis St. Laurent Avenue from Vickerman Way to Fourth Line. This project will complete the widening and urbanization of Louis St. Laurent to a 35 metre, four-lane cross section. This road has been identified in the Boyne Road Network Assessment (RNA) as a capit...

Posted Friday, April 12, 2019

The Town is encouraging residents to share their thoughts about the redevelopment of Centre Park (798 Graham Bell Court), Court Park (558 Brock Court) and Moffat Park (1250 No. 15 Sideroad) through Let’s Talk Milton. Feedback and comments for all three parks are being welcomed from April 11 - 26.  “Our parks and natural spaces are some of our greatest assets where the community comes together,” said Commissioner of Community Services, Kristene Scott. “I encourage everyon...

Posted Friday, April 05, 2019

News Release The Milton Youth Advisory Committee (MYAC) is recognizing the contributions of young people in Milton, as well as businesses, agencies and organizations who support youth, through four youth awards. The purpose of the awards is to promote a positive image of young people and to generate awareness of the valuable contributions that youth and supportive adults make in our community. It’s important to acknowledge and celebrate our youth, as they represent our future,” sai...