News & Announcements

Posted Thursday, 22 August, 2019

The City of Pickering has introduced an online parking consideration system, making it easier for residents and guests to submit requests.
The City accepts parking consideration requests to permit cars to park on the street in excess of the 3 hour limit, or between 2 am to 5 am (December 1 through March 31).
Considerations are granted for special circumstances such as overnight guests, driveway repairs, out-of-town visitors, construction, and special functions.
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Posted Wednesday, 21 August, 2019

The City of Pickering will be formally introducing the Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex on August 26 th .  This $1.125 million, 15-year agreement represents the first naming rights deal in Pickering’s history, and will help usher in a new era for this landmark building.
Who : Mayor Ryan and Members of Council, and Chestnut Hill Developments Executives
What : Naming Rights Announcement and Photo Opportunity
Where : Front Entrance, 1867 Valley...

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Posted Monday, 19 August, 2019

The City of Pickering has recently announced auditions for Pickering’s Official Dance Company, SynchroniCity. The youth dance company will be made up of talented youth dancers aged 12 – 17 years.
Experienced dancers are invited to attend an open audition on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at the Pickering Recreation Complex, Studio A.  Dancers have the opportunity to choose between two time slots: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm.  Auditions...

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Posted Tuesday, 13 August, 2019

Schedule of Holiday Closures Purpose:  Labour Day Holiday Operating Hours 
Duration:  September 1 & September 2, 2019
Pickering City Hall 905.683.7575
Closed - September 2
Pickering Recreation Complex  905.683.6582 Closed - September 2
Pickering Recreation Complex,  Child Supervision Room Closed - September 2
Don Beer Arena 905.831.1035
Closed - September 2
Dunbarton Indoor Pool...

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Posted Friday, 02 August, 2019

A new Plot to Plate program has been introduced at the George Ashe Library & Community Centre!
The program is in partnership with the Rouge Hill Seniors Club, Pickering Horticultural Society and Pickering Public Library. The City staff applied and was successful in obtaining funding from the Federal Government to fund the Plot to Plate program, through the New Horizons Seniors Grant program.  Participants have the opportunity to attend workshops and tend to the community...

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