Residents have been wanting to know how much land around Waterdown will continue to be developed. The Waterdown Urban boundaries are set - there will be no more development after the areas currently under construction are completed. The grey areas on the map above indicate the provincially approved Waterdown urban boundary set by the City of Hamilton. Waterdown is surrounded by the Green Belt which is protected from any further growth under this provincial legislation. The current residential and commercial development lands along Parkside Drive, Hamilton Street, and Dundas Street which … [Read More...]
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Councillor Partridge invites the community to come together on October 22nd at the Harry Howell Arena Lobby, 27 Hwy 5, Waterdown from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm to discuss and sign a petition to address the present speed concerns on Highway 6. This is an important issue affecting our community following several serious injuries and deaths occurring in the summer months alone. Our support could prevent future accidents and save lives. Safety on Highway 6 has been an issue for many years in Flamborough. You may have had a close call behind the wheel yourself, or know someone who has. Perhaps you … [Read More...]
Dear residents, Please be advised that, due to construction activities for the Union Gas pipeline project, Centre Road will be closed for traffic between Concession Road 10 E and Carlisle Road from Friday September 23, 2016 7:00 PM to Sunday September 25, 2016 7:00 PM. A detour will direct traffic around the closed area. Local access to your residence will not be affected. Read more here. Thank you for your cooperation. … [Read More...]
Flamborough E-NEWS November 2016 Issue #61
Welcome to the November edition of ENEWS! This issue will cover important information for our community including a City-wide Ward Boundary Review update and the new Pedestrian Crossover installed on Hollybush Drive. Be sure to read about the many exciting events happening in our community, including the Village Theatre "Murdered to Death" production beginning November 17, 2016, the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, November 19, 2016 as well as the Flamborough Santa Claus Parade on Saturday, November 26, 2016.