Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:27 PM
The planned demolition and rebuild of Skyway Arena is on hold pending senior government funding contribution.
Skyway Arena is now being used as a temporary operations facility for City of Burlington Forestry staff and is not open to the public.
This facility is being used to assist with increasing the safety of City staff through physical distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Staff and vehicles will be relocated back to the RPF Operations Centre on Harvester Road once the pandemic is over or the rebuild is scheduled to begin.
If anyone has any questions, please email RPF@burlington.ca or call 905-333-6166.
A New Community Centre will be built to replace the single pad, Skyway Arena. The existing arena will be demolished, and a new community centre will be built. The 45-year old building has reached a point where refrigeration equipment and building components have reached the end of their lifecycle, and repair and upgrades...
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:14 PM
Mountainside Pool revitalization project began in September 2021 and was scheduled to reopen in August 2022. While every effort was made to complete the project within this timeline, it will remain closed this summer due to trade strikes, specifically excavator and concrete in Ontario.
Once the revitalization is complete, the facility will be a fun and welcoming multi-use outdoor swimming pool that invites the community to participate and experience swimming and water play while encouraging an active and healthy lifestyle.
A grand reopening is being planned for spring 2023.
Mountainside Outdoor Pool is over 50 years old and has served the community well. The City of Burlington is planning to revitalize and renew the popular community pool after the upcoming summer swimming season.
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 12:01 PM
The main floor of City hall is currently undergoing a renovation as part of the City Hall Modernization Project. The project is one of 22 recommendations from the Red Tape Red Carpet Task Force report, and was approved by City Council in September 2019. In keeping with the City’s focus on customer experience, this project will create a more open, customer-facing area on the first floor of City Hall.
Construction on the main floor of City Hall is expected to finish in early 2023.
City Hall remains open during construction. If you visit City Hall, you can expect some noise and dust.
Features of the main floor design include:
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 11:58 AM
The link below provides information on the selection process and the artwork that is included as part of this project.
Burlington Public Art - City View Park Pavillion
Since approval of the park Master Plan, phased implementation of City View Park (2500 Kerns...