News Releases

Posted On Friday, July 23, 2021

What’s coming to Committee of the Whole
Council members meet in Committee of the Whole in order to consider a variety of items such as a proposed change in policy, procurement policies, a staff recommendation requiring Council to choose from a range of options, or an item that is a matter of significance in the community. Recommendations made at Committee of the Whole are considered for final approval at the following Council meeting, which typically occurs two...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Public Notice for Start of Construction for the Riverdale Park Accessible Trail project per Council Report ENG-2021-18 dated May 31, 2021. 
The scope of work for this project includes construction of approximately 350m long by 2.5m wide, AODA complaint multi-use asphalt trail along the Boyne River in Riverdale Park in Alliston. 
The project also includes for installation of benches, garbage receptacles, trail lighting and fixtures, retaining wall, improving drainage,...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 13, 2021

As part of our ongoing efforts to keep our community engaged and up to date, we will be providing “Council Highlights” the Tuesday morning following each of our Council meetings (held on Monday nights).
The Council Highlights can be found here: www.newtecumseth.ca/CouncilHighlights  
For agendas and minutes, please visit:  https://newtecumseth.civicweb.net/portal/ 

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Posted On Friday, July 09, 2021

Please be advised that a portion of road on Dayfoot Street in Beeton between Main Street and Prospect Street will be temporarily closed in support of the Tottenham Transmission Main project.
The temporary closure will begin July 14 at 7AM until July 15 at 7PM. In the event of incelement weather, July 16th may be used as an alternative date. 
Construction and advisory signs will be erected prior to construction. Signed detour routes will be provided to direct...

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Posted On Friday, July 09, 2021

Please be advised that three (3) additional temporary speed humps will be installed on Shephard Avenue as part of the Shephard Avenue Traffic Calming Pilot Project.  The additional temporary speed humps will be installed on Shephard Avenue between Cowan Avenue and Church Street N and will replace the temporary flexible bollards which were previously installed.
The contractor has advised that the installation will be complete by July 23, 2021.  It is anticipated that...

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