News & Announcements

Posted Monday, 13 September, 2021

The following is the Holiday schedule of closures
Purpose:  Thanksgiving Holiday Hours
Duration:  October 11 & 12, 2021
Civic Complex (City Hall) 905.683.7575
Closed October 11 Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex Closed October 11
Don Beer Arena 905.831.1035
Closed October 11
Dunbarton Indoor Pool 905.831.1260
Closed October 11
East Shore Community Centre 905.420.6588
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Posted Friday, 10 September, 2021

The following is the Holiday schedule of closures
Purpose:  National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Operating Hours
Duration:  September 30, 2021
Civic Complex (City Hall) 905.683.7575
Closed Septemer 30 Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex Closed September 30
Don Beer Arena 905.831.1035
Closed September 30
Dunbarton Indoor Pool 905.831.1260
Closed September 30
East Shore Community...

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Posted Tuesday, 07 September, 2021

Purpose: Parking Garage Ramp Replacement Duration: Monday, July 5, 2021 to approximately September 27, 2021
Construction for replacement of the ramp to the underground parking garage at the Civic Complex is scheduled to continue until September 27, 2021, due to earlier weather-related delays.
Staff who normally park in the garage, will be directed to continue to park their personal or company vehicles in the areas outlined in the map below. Please note that the Pickering...

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Posted Friday, 03 September, 2021

Temporary Park Closure – Balsdon Park Purpose: Balsdon Park Reconstruction – Tender No. T2021-7 Duration: Until October 1, 2021 For additional information please contact: Arnold Mostert, OALA Manager, Landscape & Parks Development Engineering Services Department T. 905.420.4660 ext. 2143 amostert@pickering.ca Service Disruption Line: 1.866.278.9993

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Posted Thursday, 02 September, 2021

Pickering, ON, September 2, 2021 – Yesterday, the City of Pickering partnered with Canada Bread Company Ltd. to plant 100 native shrubs around Pine Creek.
This beautiful natural space provides a diverse habitat for plants and animals. Pickering residents also enjoy the area for dog walking, leisurely strolls, and cycling.
Unfortunately, urban forest conditions have been negatively impacted by wildlife activity and invasive species. These native shrubs will help to...

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