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Mayor6934NersesPhoto.jpgMayor Walter Sendzik

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Phone: 905.688.5601 x1540
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City of St. Catharines
PO Box 3012
50 Church St.
St. Catharines, ON
L2R 7C2

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About the Mayor

Mayor Walter Sendzik's Biography

The Compassionate City

compassionatestc.ca is a platform to learn what a compassionate city is about, how you can get involved and learn about the services and resources available in the Compassionate City Guide.

Please share your ideas to help make St. Catharines a more engaged and compassionate community.

Art Me Up Goes to City Hall

PArt Me Up Goes to City Hallublic art is returning to City Hall with the opening of the Art Me Up Goes to City Hall on Wednesday, May 25. 

Sponsored by Canadian Tire Financial Services and Walker Environmental Group, Art Me Up Goes to City Hall will open on Wednesday, May 25 at 4 pm on the third floor of City Hall by Mayor Sendzik, Start Me Up Niagara and several of the artists will be in attendance.

The exhibit will run until November, 2016. Additional work from February's Art Me Up exhibition "A sight for more eyes" will be on display at the Fine Grind Café at 37 James St. from May 25 to June 25, 2016.

Port Dalhousie Piers

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) hosted a public meeting on Thursday, May 26 at St. Ann Catholic School.  Thank you to almost 200 residents who came out to show how important the piers are to our community.  At the meeting the DFO presented the findings of the sonar testing which confirmed very serious deterioration of the piers which make them unsafe for walking or mooring. If you missed the meeting you can visit www.portpiers.com to to share your vision and ideas for the piers and to read the PowerPoint made by the DFO.

For updates and to give feedback on the Port Dalhousie Piers, visit www.portpiers.com

 News

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 Flag Raising

 

If you would like to have a flag raising at City Hall, please complete our Flag Raising Request Form.

Please deliver your flag to the Mayor's Office (City Hall, 50 Church St., third floor) the week prior to your flag raising.

A staff member from the Mayor's Office will contact you to confirm the date and time.

 Invitations for the Mayor

 If you would like to invite the Mayor and/or a City Councillor to your event, please complete our Invitation Request Form.

Please note that we appreciate receiving your invitation at least six weeks in advance of your event.


A staff member from the Mayor's Office will contact you to confirm attendance or extend regrets.

 Certificates

 Congratulatory certificates are provided to individuals, groups, businesses and other organizations in St. Catharines to commemorate anniversaries, birthdays, milestone occasions, official openings and other special honours.

The Mayor provides certificates for residents in St. Catharines celebrating their 75th, 80th, 85th, 90th, 95th, 100th and over 100 birthdays, and 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 65th, 70th, 75th and over 75 anniversaries.

Please complete our Certificate Request Form if you would like to receive a congratulatory certificate from the Mayor. We request that request forms be submitted at least six weeks prior to your celebration.  These certificates are not civic endorsements and the City does not make proclamations. 

Request City Pins

If your charitable organization, agency or sports team would like to hand out City pins at an upcoming meeting, event or tournament, please complete our City Pin Request Form.

For requests of more than 25 pins, please contact Economic Development and Tourism Services at 905-688-5601, ext. 1731

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