Town of Milton News

Posted Friday, March 15, 2019

Halton Region is undertaking a culvert repair on Britannia Road (450m east of Tremaine). In order to safely accommodate this work, there will be a temporary road closure on Britannia Road from March 21 at 7 pm to March 26 at 6 am. Motorists can use Tremaine Road, Louis St. Laurent Avenue and Regional Road 25 to detour around the road closure. For more information on this project, please visit Halton Region's construction project web page.

Posted Wednesday, March 13, 2019

News Release In 2017, Milton introduced the Miovision TrafficLink System to improve traffic flow and reduce congestion in high volume areas. Miovision uses intersection cameras and analytics to process everything from traffic volume and speed, to pedestrian movement. This platform allows staff to monitor the operation of traffic control signals on demand and make adjustments instantaneously so that drivers can reach their destinations in less time. Following the successful downtown pilot p...

Posted Monday, March 11, 2019

spring registrationNews Release It’s time to register for spring and summer recreation programs. Registration for residents begins Tuesday, March 19 at 6 am online at www.milton.ca/register and walk-in registration begins at 9 am at Town recreation centres. Registration for non-residents takes place two days later on Thursday, March 21. Registration for summer camps is already underway. A variety of new programs are being offered for all ages and abilities, including many returning favourites. Programs to ...

Posted Monday, March 11, 2019

News Release People who live, work or visit Milton can now access free public Wi-Fi at facilities throughout the Town including Milton's two rural community centres. The Wi-Fi expansion gives users direct access to services and information, allowing for improved communication and productivity in local facilities. By using ‘Hot Spots' and ‘Connect Points,' the Wi-Fi expansion enhances the way residents and staff can interact with the community through online, mobile and social m...

Posted Tuesday, March 05, 2019

News Release On Monday, Milton Council approved the proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Bylaw Amendment for 130 Thompson Rd. S. The multi-residential development proposal includes three high-rise buildings with proposed heights of 31, 29 and 27 storeys, respectively. The proposed residential buildings are located in the Town’s Urban Growth Centre and Major Transit Station Area, immediately east of Milton GO Station. The buildings contribute to creating a complete and connected co...