Community engagement

I am pleased to announce the new office staff that will be joining the mayor’s office. Victoria Hughes-Al Samadi is assuming the role of Mayor’s Chief Communications and Strategic Advisor, beginning Jan. 7. A South-East Burlington resident, Victoria brings a wealth of experience in communications and strategy, having worked with senior executives at companies like …

Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward announces her new staff Read More »

Imperial Oil is replacing 63km of pipe that carries oil, jet fuel, gasoline and diesel from Hamilton to North York. Sections of the pipe run through north Burlington. A community information session is being held: DATE:  Tues. Nov. 6 TIME:  3:30-4:30pm and 5:30pm-7pm PLACE:  Brant Hills Community Centre For information on the project visit: Waterdown …

Public open house for replacement of pipeline through Burlington, Nov. 6 Read More »

Press Release — Halton Environmental Network is launching The Halton Green Screens “Amateur Film Festival” to get our local community involved in environmental stewardship. Qualifying videos will be uploaded to the Halton Green Screens YouTube channel and may be included in the Halton Environment Network’s schools program. A selection committee will choose films to be shown …

Halton Green Screens Amateur Film Festival open to submissions; screening of selected films June 14 Read More »

Press release – The City of Burlington is looking for passionate volunteers to participate on the Taskforce on Anti-Bullying/Harassment. The citizen volunteers will be joined by members of Halton Regional Police Service, Ward 6 Councillor Blair Lancaster and City of Burlington staff to address issues related to bullying and harassment in the City of Burlington, …

Do you want to serve on the city’s Taskforce on Anti-Bullying/Harassment? Two citizen volunteer positions open. Apply by April 5 Read More »

Press release – The City of Burlington has entered into a partnership with the City of Hamilton to create the Bay Area Climate Change office under Mohawk’s Centre for Climate Change Management. We are looking for feedback on climate change priorities between the two communities through a survey. You can participate and learn more here.

Want to know more about developments coming to your neighbourhood? The city has received a number of development applications in neighbourhoods across Burlington; public meetings are scheduled in March and April. The meetings are an opportunity to learn more about the development application, ask questions and share your comments with City staff, the applicant, and …

Developments, neighbourhood meetings, coming across the city: 2076/2086 Meadowbrook (March 8); 53-71 Plains Rd (Solid Gold) (March 20), 4880 Valera Rd. (March 21), 2086/2090 James (March 27) Read More »

You may have noticed the changing colours on the Brant Street Pier. It is lit each evening with colours that represent local activities, seasonal events and non-profit promotion. To request a pier lighting or for more information, contact pier@burlington.ca Please book any request four months prior to your event date and consult the schedule for …

Colours light up Brant St Pier to promote local events, non-profit groups Read More »