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Posted Thursday, December 05, 2019

Bridge/Culvert Master Plan - Hydraulic Capacity AssessmentMunicipal Class Environmental Assessment The Town of Whitby has engaged Ecosystem Recovery Inc. (ERI) to undertake a Bridge/Culvert Master Plan Hydraulic Capacity Assessment to identify high-risk locations based on insufficient bridge/culvert capacity and flood vulnerable municipal roadways. This assessment will look at 22 bridges, 28 large culverts and 97 inspected cross culverts that are municipally owned, as shown in the Figure. The ...

Posted Thursday, December 05, 2019

Get active this winter by participating in a number of free public skates and swims held at multiple Town facilities. Free Public Skates Sunday, December 8, 2019 – 2 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Desjardins Arena 6 (500 Victoria Street West) Sponsored by Desjardins Insurance Saturday, December 14, 2019 – 12:30 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Owasco Arena 3 (500 Victoria Street West) Sponsored by Tim Horton’s Saturday, December 21, 2019 &ndash...

Posted Monday, December 02, 2019

Town of Whitby Projects Project Number: T-85-2018 – Completion December 2019 Garden Street Snow Storage Facility Works will include installation of storm quality ponds and granular filters. Project Number: T-5-2019 – Completion December 2019 Centre Street (Trent to Arthur Street) Works will include replacement of watermain and sanitary sewer, new storm sewer, curb and gutter, base asphalt, driveway restoration and sod. Region of Durham Whitby Projects Lake Ridge Road (from sou...

Posted Monday, December 02, 2019

The Town of Whitby would like to advise GO Passengers who park at Iroquois Park Sports Centre (IPSC) of an upcoming temporary lot closure being implemented this weekend as a result of the annual Tournament of Heroes hockey event. With more than 8,000 participants expected to visit IPSC daily during the event, on Friday, December 6, all parking spaces at IPSC (including those typically assigned to GO Transit users) will be allocated for the tournament and facility users. GO Transit users are enc...

Posted Thursday, November 28, 2019

The Town of Whitby wants residents to be prepared and know what to expect during local winter weather events. That is why, starting today, residents can subscribe to receive updates on major weather events directly to their inbox through the new “Whitby Weather Desk.”  Weather events that will be communicated through the Whitby Weather Desk include significant snowfall, freezing rain and heavy rain. Information on how to stay winter safe will also be provided through the new eNews s...