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Posted Friday, June 11, 2021

In response to concerns with overcrowding, and related problem behaviours, the City is moving to institute temporary capacity limits at its beaches.
As weather has warmed City beaches have become a popular destination for residents and visitors from across Niagara and beyond. Large numbers of visitors at beaches has led to overcrowding, resulting in concerns related to COVID-19 restrictions and the possible spread of the disease. Overcrowding has in turn exaggerated issues...
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Posted Friday, June 11, 2021

The City of St. Catharines has completed its Transportation Master Plan (TMP). This document provides a new vision of a “complete streets” framework for the design and operation of the City’s transportation network to the year 2041. The TMP includes direction and recommendations for the City’s network with a “Complete Streets” approach to meeting the City’s Strategic Plan goals, environmental sustainability targets, changing transportation... Read More...

Posted Thursday, June 10, 2021

As Niagara joins the rest of Ontario in entering Step One of the Province’s Roadmap to Reopen , some City facilities will open to the public while maintaining a focus on visitor safety.
Residents can now book appointments to access City Hall services when the building reopens on Monday, June 14. Residents can book their appointment with Planning and Building Services; Legal and Clerks Services; Citizens First and parking services online at stcatharines.ca/CitizensFirst...
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Posted Wednesday, June 09, 2021

The proposed 2022 rates and fees will be considered for adoption by St. Catharines City Council at its June 14 meeting.
The Council meeting, set to begin at 6 p.m., will include the opportunity for the public to share its input on the proposed rates and fees. Individuals wishing to provide feedback can do so by electronic delegation at next Monday’s City Council meeting, by email, or by mail.
The City’s Budget Standing Committee approved the recommended rates...
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Posted Monday, June 07, 2021

Even as the City of St. Catharines takes efforts to prevent climate change from occurring, planning and action is under way to adapt to the impacts a changing climate will bring.   On Monday, May 31, Council approved the City’s first Climate Adaptation Plan (CAP), a document that will guide the City as it undertakes efforts to adapt to the impacts of climate change. The document is the culmination of months of work by the City, in cooperation with the Niagara Adapts... Read More...

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