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Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival 

March 3 - April 1, 2018

Saturdays & Sundays 

9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Town adds new pedestrian crossovers 
Do you know the rules?
The town is making it easier for pedestrians to get where they want to go more quickly, safely and easily with the installation of 15 new pedestrian crossovers this year. The first four crossovers will be installed this month, weather permitting.  

Unlike crosswalks, crossovers require motorists and cyclists to wait for pedestrians to cross the full width of the road before proceeding.  

Pedestrian crossovers can be found at any stretch of roadway, usually mid-block. They are marked by ladder-style stripes on the road and signage that says "Stop for Pedestrians." They sometimes have overhead signage and lights.

Upcoming events and other information

Do you use taxis or Uber?

We're reviewing our taxicab by-law to ensure it meets the current needs of residents, businesses and the taxicab industry.
With the introduction of transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft, the taxi industry is changing. We are looking for ways to provide fair and balanced treatment to the ride selling market. Have your say by completing our survey before it closes on March 12. 
Terry Fox exhibit coming to town 

A travelling exhibit honouring Terry Fox is coming to S ixteen Mile Sports Complex from April 12 to September 9 and will provide residents with a unique opportunity to showcase their own memorabilia celebrating the Canadian icon. If you have photos, cards, letters or memories of meeting Terry or being part of the annual Terry Fox Run that you'd like to contribute, please let us know. 
Thinking of a Council run?  

The town is co-hosting "So you want to run for Council?" for residents interested in running in the 2018 municipal election on October 22. This free session will be led by municipal lawyer Fred Dean on April 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Town Hall. The Ministry of Municipal Affairs will also lead a free session on April 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Town Hall that will focus on campaign legislation changes, financing and more.