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Town of Milton News

Posted Friday, February 23, 2018

victoria parkNew ReleaseVictoria Park has received an award through Parks and Recreation Ontario for excellence in park design. Each year, Parks and Recreation Ontario (PRO) recognizes and honours the achievements of people and organizations that contribute to the development of parks and recreation in communities throughout the Province.“I am thrilled to see the work done to enhance Victoria Park has been recognized by Parks and Recreation Ontario,” said Community Services Commissioner Kristene ...

Posted Wednesday, February 21, 2018

News Release - The Region of Halton, the Town of Milton, the City of Burlington, the Town of Halton Hills and the Town of Oakville, and Conservation Halton today announced they are commencing a joint Court application to confirm their jurisdiction to review the impacts of a major truck-rail project proposed by Canadian National Railway (CN) in the Town of Milton. The application follows CN's assertion that the project is a matter of exclusive federal jurisdiction, and that neither the provin...

Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Town of Milton facilities are your staycation destinations during March Break with fun-filled activities for all ages. Enjoy day camps, swimming, skating, fitness, sports and more! Watch for more details to come.

Posted Friday, February 16, 2018

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. Over the next month, Staff will be engaging with the community, conducting a survey and gathering feedback through social media polls to enhance the existing draft guidelines. To review the draft guideline documents, visit: htt...

Posted Thursday, February 15, 2018

The Town of Milton is carrying out a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study for the road improvements on Thompson Road, between Louis Saint Laurent Avenue and Britannia Road. The need for these roadway improvements has been identified in the Boyne Survey Secondary Plan. WSP has been retained to assist with the study. To receive information/project updates, sign up for our e-newsletter. For more details, please see the attached notice/study map.