Town of Milton News

Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019

News Release -Wilfrid Laurier University is committed to moving forward with their intent to build a campus in the Milton Education Village. A representative from the University provided an update to Milton Council on Monday night that outlined their working plans to move forward.Since the Province’s announcement in October about the cancellation of planned Provincial funding for a post-secondary campus in Milton, Laurier has been working with private sector investors and community partner...

Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019

News Item - In response to a number of requests from the community, Engineering Services has been monitoring the intersections of Laurier Avenue and Vanier Drive, as well as Sauve Street and Menefy Place to determine whether the traffic counts in these residential areas warrant the installation of all-way stops. On January 21, Council voted to approve a report presenting the results of this review, which was conducted on three separate occasions over the past four years. The overall volume of...

Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019

News Release On January 21, 2019, Milton Council approved the outsourcing of dog licensing to DocuPet to enhance compliance and improve the customer experience. Milton’s Animal Control By-law requires that all dog owners obtain a license every year. The cost of licenses range from $34 to $80. As part of Milton’s agreement with DocuPet residents will be provided with an enhanced online experience, including automatic renewal options, online pet education, a rewards program, and real...

Posted Thursday, January 10, 2019

News Release The Town of Milton was one of 107 municipalities across Ontario to receive funding from the 2018/19 Ontario Gas Tax Program. Milton’s allocation is a total of $968,868 and this funding will be used to support Milton Transit’s ongoing system-wide service growth and improvements. The Gas Tax Program provides municipalities with two cents per litre of provincial gas tax revenues. Municipalities receiving funding must use these funds towards public transit capital and/or o...

Posted Thursday, January 03, 2019

The Town of Milton invites you to provide input on issues affecting your community by volunteering for one of the following Committees/Boards. Volunteers will be required to serve a four-year term, which runs concurrent with the term of Milton Council, until successors are appointed. Generally, qualified applicant(s) must be: A resident of the Town of Milton, or;An owner or tenant of land in the municipality, or the spouse of such an owner or tenant;A minimum of 18 years of age on the date of ...