Boston Mills Culvert

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A portion of Boston Mills Road will be closed between Creditview and Chinguacousy Roads starting July 22, 2015 to replace a culvert.

The road will be closed between emergency access numbers 1731 and 1802. Access for local residents will be maintained.

Expected completion date is October 30, 2015. UPDATE: The expected completion date is December 4, 2015.

If you have any questions, please contact Public Works at 905-584-2272 x 4328 or emailpublic.works@caledon.ca.

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Region of Peel’s first ever 20-year Strategic Plan

On November 12, Regional Council approved the Region of Peel’s first ever 20-year Strategic Plan.  The move from a four-year Strategic Plan to a 20-year outlook, positions us to meet the changing needs of our community and tackle problems that require more than one term of council to resolve.

As part of our Strategic Planning process, the Region of Peel asked residents and other stakeholders one very important question as part of our extensive community engagement outreach: “What can you imagine for the future of Peel?”

This video summarizes how your feedback has informed a path forward for the Region of Peel; one in which we work with you to build a safe, healthy and connected community for life.

Identifying the right path forward is just the first step in our journey. Over this Term of Council, we will focus on discovering new and better ways to work with our community to bring our vision to life.

You Are Wanted!

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Public Open Houses – Mayfield West Recreation Centre/Village Centre Initiative

You’re invited to attend a drop-in open house regarding the Town of Caledon’s Parks and Recreation initiative for multi-use development in Mayfield West.    A group of local residents is leading this first step in a community engagement process by hosting two open houses.

We are joining together to gather ideas to be able to present to the Town of Caledon Parks and Recreation department as they move forward in their planning initiatives for a multi-use facility in Mayfield West Phase 1 (SouthFields Village).

Come out to understand the Village Centre concept and meet many of the interested stakeholders.

We have put together two open houses on the following dates:

  • Thursday December 10th, 6:00PM – 8:00PM at SouthFields Village Public School (110 Learmont Avenue)
  • Friday December 11th, 6:00PM – 8:00PM at the Margaret Dunn Library Community Room (20 Snelcrest Drive, Valleywood)

This is an important first step and opportunity for you to gain information and to provide your feedback.

Public Open Houses – Mayfield West Recreation Centre/Village Centre Initiative

Public Open Houses – Mayfield West Recreation Centre/Village Centre Initiative

 

You’re invited to attend a drop-in open house regarding the Town of Caledon’s Parks and Recreation initiative for multi-use development in Mayfield West.    A group of local residents is leading this first step in a community engagement process by hosting two open houses. 

We are joining together to gather ideas to be able to present to the Town of Caledon Parks and Recreation department as they move forward in their planning initiatives for a multi-use facility in Southfields Village. 

Come out to understand the Village Centre concept and meet many of the interested stakeholders.   

We have put together two open houses on the following dates:

  • Wednesday December 9th, 6:00PM – 8:00PM at Southfields Village Public School (110 Learmont Avenue)
  • Thursday December 10th, 6:00PM – 8:00PM at the Margaret Dunn Library Community Room (20 Snelcrest Drive, Valleywood) 

This is an important first step and opportunity for you to gain information and to provide your feedback. 

 

Message from Mayor Thompson

There are a lot of questions stemming from misleading information that I want to clarify.
First and foremost, Caledon is in control of our planning.
Population growth numbers have not changed.
When the Region supported the minutes of settlement last Thursday our planning process was validated.
When the minutes of settlement were before Caledon Council last Tuesday, Council agreed that we needed more time to fully consider the matter. I’m confident we can move forward because the Region has now approved the minutes of settlement and all other parties have agreed.
Time and again Regional Councillor Innis has advocated for an open and transparent process, Area Councillor deBoer remains committed to planning Caledon in our own way, I stand with them.
Council will deal with this matter on November 24, 2015 and more information will be shared.