Halton Region

Halton Regional Council is currently undertaking a 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan and we want to hear from residents to ensure the plan includes the priorities of our communities. The plan is meant to set out Regional Council’s strategic priorities over our four-year term in office. Those priorities include planning and growth management; transportation and infrastructure; …

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During the Halton Regional Council meeting on March 27, council members from Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Halton Hills unanimously passed three resolutions to show a united front with regards to the our positions on the Province’s Regional Government Review, development charges and Bill 71, to establish a Paris Galt Moraine Conservation Plan. Regional Government Review …

Halton Regional Council unanimously passes 3 resolutions on Regional Government Review, Development Charges and the Paris Galt Moraine Conservation Act Read More »

Earlier this week, Halton Region launched its redeveloped, more interactive website (halton.ca) to help better connect residents and businesses with its essential services — featuring an easier way to search the site with enhanced functionality, customization options, more video and graphics, and virtual tours. “Our new website puts Regional information and support at your fingertips. Making it …

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Halton Region will again be offering free compost to Halton residents at its Halton Waste Management Site, 5400 Regional Road 25, Milton. Residents can take up to the equivalent of seven garbage bags of compost per household. Dates Monday, May 8 to Saturday, May 13, 2017, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Sunday, May 14, 2017, 8 …

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From Halton Regional Police Service press release – Traffic officers with the Halton Regional Police Service  worked together recently to target the “Big 4” driving behaviours that are the greatest cause of concern for road users within the region: going through stop signs; speeding; cell phone use; and impairment. The project ran over a three …

“I’m on my way to get my nails done” & other excuses police hear for unsafe driving; hundreds of tickets issued in crackdown Read More »

Burlington will have one less seat than Oakville at the Halton Regional Council table after changes to regional representation are implemented for the 2018 municipal election. Milton will get two more seats, and Oakville will get one more. At its Nov. 12 meeting, Halton Regional Council voted 14 to 5 to expand council by two …

Burlington falls behind Oakville in seats at Halton Region Read More »