Bring your questions, concerns or just drop-in to say hello on any of
the following Wednesdays, anytime between 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm:
Location: Councillors Boardroom (7th floor), Burlington City Hall, 426 Brant Street
The Character Area Studies for Roseland, Indian Point and Shoreacres neighbourhoods are nearly complete. City staff are preparing a report about these studies and their impact on other low density residential areas.
You are invited to attend a series of open house meetings where you can drop in anytime to learn more about these planning initiatives, ask questions and share your comments. These meetings are the final opportunity for you to provide input on these initiatives prior to a Council decision.
Mark your calendar for:
At this time, the Statutory Public Meeting for Council to consider the proposed amendments to the Official Plan, Zoning By-law, Site Plan By-law and Site Alteration By-law is being targeted for December 2016.
View the Notice and stayed tuned for more details.
The city has received a Planning application to amend the Official Plan and the Zoning By-law for 607 Dynes Road. The applicant is proposing to redevelop the east side of the site with access from Maplehill Drive, and the development of 23 townhouse units and 2 semi-detached units.
To learn more, attend a community consultation meeting:
DATE: Thursday, October 13, 2016
TIME: 6 pm - 8 pm
PLACE: John Calvin Christian School
607 Dynes Road
Burlington City Council operates on a standing committee system with four standing committees for reviewing policy and issues, which make recommendations for council to consider:
These standing committees meet before a council meeting. Standing committee agendas are available on-line approximately 7-10 days before the meeting and council agendas approximately five days before the meeting.
To view agendas, minutes and videos of the City of Burlington's standing committee and council meetings, visit City of Burlington - Agendas & Minutes.
Halton Regional Council acts as the final decision-making body for Halton Region and meets Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. on a monthly cycle. The Halton Regional Chair is the Chief Executive Officer of the corporation and head of Regional Council.
Regional Council is the legislative body of the Regional Corporation and has the following members:
The 21 members of Regional Council include the Mayors of the 4 local municipalities.
Halton Region Council operates on a Standing Committee System. Each of Council's 3 Standing Committees is responsible for reviewing policy and operational issues and discussing recommendations that are put to them by staff by way of staff reports.
Recommendations arising from the Standing Committees are forwarded to Regional Council for consideration and approval by way of Committee Reports. Regional Council may accept the Committee recommendations or may alter them. To view agendas, minutes and videos of the Halton Region's Standing Committees and Council, visit Halton Region - Agendas, Minutes & Video.
How about joining together with your neighbours
and maintaining a natural outdoor ice rink in your local park?
Residents need to gather at least six other neighbours and complete
an online application form.
For more information, see Neighbourhood Rinks.
For fire safety tips and details about the Burlington Fire Department's programs
and services, visit Burlington Fire Department.
Information about the vehicle rescue team can be found here.
The Burlington Animal shelter is holding an
Adopt-a-Cat event from Oct. 1 to Nov. 1 with reduced adoption fees
for select adult cats throughout October.
Visit Animal Shelter Adoption for more information.
Area 4 = Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 1- 3 pm at Calvary Baptist Church
Area 2 = Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at St. Christopher's Anglican Church
Area 3 = Tuesday, Oct. 18 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Centennial Pool Meeting Room
Area 5 = Wednesday, Oct. 19 from 1 to 3 pm at Haber Recreation Centre Community Room
Area 1 = Thursday, Oct. 20 from 12 to 2 pm at Aldershot HUB
Visit Healthy Kids Neighbourhood Action Team for more details.
Calling all East Burlington Seniors! Come out, enjoy a meal and meet new friends!
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
Appleby United Church
4407 Spruce Avenue
Lunches are held every third Tuesday of each month except for
the months of July, August and December.
For more details, contact Denise Holloway at Tel: 905 333-9465.
A Movement Based Approach
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016
6 pm - 8 pm
Haber Recreation Centre
3040 Tim Dobbie Drive
View the Poster
This is a great opportunity for parents, educator, coaches, and caregivers to learn
more about inclusive play and engaging the body in physical activity.
Register at http://hkccinclusion.eventbrite.com
For more information, visit Parks and Recreation.
The 2016/17 series Music at St. Luke's offers four evenings of musical
entertainment accompanied by a delicious catered dinner
with a cash bar serving beer & wine.
Nov. 24 - 27, 2016
Art Gallery of Burlington
1333 Lakeshore Road
For more details, visit Soup Bowl.
One person's blood donation can save the life of a father. A sister. A child.
Visit Canadian Blood Services to learn how you can become involved.
For a complete listing of meetings, festivals and events, visit the city's online calendar.
If you are hosting an event you would like to share with
our Ward 4 community, e-mail the details to my assistant Francine
and we'll include the information in the next Ward 4 Meetings & Community Events update.