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Public Notices

Posted Friday, December 15, 2017

News Release-All are welcome to join Mayor Gord Krantz for the annual tradition of the bell ringing on New Year’s Eve and the Council-hosted New Year’s Day Levee, to usher in the New Year.“I always look forward to celebrating the start of the New Year with my colleagues and fellow Miltonians,” said Milton Mayor Gord Krantz. “This tradition has served us well over the years and I invite our newest residents to join us for the festivities.”The bell ringing takes...

Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017

News Release-On December 11, 2017, Milton Council ratified the 2018 budget representing an investment of $73 million in capital projects and $127 million to continue to provide residents with the programs and services they rely on daily through the operating budget. “This budget aligns with feedback from Milton taxpayers and focuses on the redevelopment and expansion of the transportation network, as well as economic development,” said Linda Leeds, Deputy CAO and Chief Financial Offi...

Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Town of Milton facilities will be operating on a reduced schedule throughout the holiday season.Town Hall will be closed from Saturday, December 23, 2017 to Monday, January 1, 2018 inclusive, with regular business hours resuming on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.See our holiday hours webpage for specific holiday hours by facility.Season's Greetings from the Town of Milton!

Posted Monday, December 11, 2017

The Town of Milton has closed the intersection of Leiterman Drive and Asleton Boulevard for emergency road repairs. This road closure is in effect Monday December 11, 2017 and will last approximately one week. During this road work, the intersection will be closed to through traffic. Access to local homes will be maintained.The closure is subject to change due to weather and construction scheduling. For updates, visit www.milton.ca/roads and the Town’s Facebook and Twitter feeds. For more...

Posted Monday, December 11, 2017

Winter weather begins this afternoon with blowing snow and possible accumulations of 6-12 cm. Our operations crews have anti-iced all major routes, and our trucks, salt and sand are ready to go. Here is what you need to know about snow: Priority roads - Regional/arterial/collector: Once 2 cm of snow has accumulated, roads are plowed in a priority sequence, starting with Regional roads, followed by arterial and then collector roads. These roads are cleared to bare pavement within 2 to 12 hours ...