News & Announcements

Posted Tuesday, 05 July, 2022

The following is a Holiday schedule of closures Purpose: Canada Day
Duration: July 1, 2022
Location Status Date(s) Civic Complex (City Hall) 905.683.7575
Closed August 1, 2022 Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex 905.683.6582
Closed August 1, 2022 Dunbarton Pool 905.831.1260 Closed  August 1, 2022 Don Beer Arena 905.831.1035 Closed  August 1,...

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Posted Wednesday, 29 June, 2022

Clear Your Gear Recycle Fishing LinePickering, ON, June 29, 2022 – The City of Pickering is proud to partner with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to support the ‘Clear Your Gear’ project, a volunteer-led fishing recycling network that keeps wildlife and residents safe from improperly disposed of fishing lines.
Improper disposal of fishing lines can pose a major safety risk to wildlife, people, and property. To help, the City will be installing six fishing line receptacles along Pickering’s...

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Posted Thursday, 23 June, 2022

Pickering, ON, June 20, 2022 – For the first time since 2019, the Civic Award Ceremony was hosted in person at Pickering City Hall to recognize the outstanding achievements of residents, community organizations and local businesses. Winners are nominated by peers and residents for their outstanding contributions to the community. A full list of recipients are listed below.
Lifetime Achievement Award Margaret Jocz Andrée Nicole Vernon
Individual Volunteer...

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Posted Friday, 17 June, 2022

Temporary Road Closure: Intersection of Concession Rd. 7 at Sideline 4
Purpose: Filming
Duration: June 24, 2022 from 7 am to 11 pm
Emergency vehicles will have access at all times. See location map below For additional information please contact:
Catherine Hodge Senior Coordinator, Business Development & Marketing Office of the CAO 905.420.4660 extension 2050 chodge@pickering.ca Service Disruption Line: 1.866.278.9993

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Posted Thursday, 09 June, 2022

The Planning Act gives municipalities the authority to have developers provide public parkland as a condition of their development approvals. Recent changes to the Planning Act require all municipalities to replace their existing Parkland By-laws. Accordingly, the City is proposing to replace the current Parkland By-law with the new Parkland By-law .
The only changes proposed for the Parkland By-law are to bring it into conformity with the parkland rates provided...

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