Town of Milton News

Posted Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Milton Transit is partnering with the Milton Public Library again this summer to offer the Read and Ride program from July 2 to August 31. Youth 16 and under can ride Milton Transit for free by showing their validated library card to the bus driver upon boarding any service bus. The validated card allows them to Milton Transit free, anywhere in Town. Transit validation stickers are free and available at Milton Public Library (Main Library and Beaty Branch), starting June 22. Residents are inv...

Posted Wednesday, June 19, 2019

CN truck-rail hub proposal mapThe Halton Municipalities (City of Burlington, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton and Town of Oakville) will bring forward expert opinions and reports to a Federal Public Hearing on a 400-acre truck-rail hub proposed by the Canadian National Railway (CN) in the Town of Milton. The project is currently being assessed by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Joint Review Panel. The Panel will host a Public Hearing in Milton from June 19 - July 17 to hear community concerns related to CN'...

Posted Friday, June 14, 2019

During a number of special events, Milton experiences increased traffic and parking congestion in the downtown core and fairgrounds area, which may impede emergency vehicle access. In an effort to keep the community safe and to allow for emergency vehicle access, a temporary “No Parking” prohibition will be implemented on surrounding streets during the Go21 Halton Walk for Down Syndrome: Go21 Halton Walk for Down Syndrome – June 15, 2019 North side of Robert Street, betwee...

Posted Friday, May 31, 2019

On Monday, May 27, Milton Council concluded that the Town will not take any action to acquire the property at 155 Ruhl Drive, adjacent to Sunny Mount Park. 

Posted Friday, May 31, 2019

In an effort to keep the community safe and to allow for emergency vehicle access, Milton is implementing a temporary “No Parking” prohibition on the following streets during the Downtown Milton Street Festival: Both sides of Pine Street between Ontario Street South and Fulton StreetBoth sides of Fulton Street between Main Street East and Pine StreetBoth sides of Mill Street between Martin Street and James StreetNorth side of Mill Street between James Street and Bronte Street NorthB...