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Posted Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Those residents who have long awaited a return to in-person service at City Hall during the COVID-19 pandemic can now book appointments for when the building reopens next week.
With scheduling software up and running thanks to the City’s Information Technology department, City Hall will reopen by appointment only starting Aug. 10. Limiting access to appointments is one of several COVID-19-related safety protocols that will be in place when in-person service returns.
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Posted Tuesday, August 04, 2020

ELECTRONIC HEARING DATE:  WEDNESDAY, July 29, 2020 @ 5:00pm, via Zoom.  The Committee of Adjustment consider various applications. Download the attachment to view the detailed public notices being heard at the Electronic Hearing.
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Posted Thursday, July 30, 2020

St. Catharines residents can plan their long weekend with the City’s guide to what's open and closed on the Civic Holiday, 2020.
On August 3, many facilities will remain open so individuals and families can make the most of their weekends. Plan ahead and enjoy with the following activities:
Outdoor pools and splash pads Port Dalhousie and Lincoln Park outdoor pools and all City splash pads will be open for the Civic Holiday on Monday, with free admission. Please...
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Posted Wednesday, July 29, 2020

The City will take a broad, consultative approach, in determining the details of relocation for a monument that has stood in front of City Hall for over 134 years.
On Monday evening City Council voted unanimously to consult several organizations in the development of a relocation plan for the statue of Pte. Alexander Watson that currently stands in front of City Hall.
As a militia volunteer Watson died in 1885 from wounds sustained during the Battle of Batoche. He was...
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Posted Tuesday, July 28, 2020

After another weekend of problematic behaviour at its beaches the City will move to restrict access to Niagara residents only, effective immediately.
The temporary restrictions in response to the COVID-19 state of emergency, will come into effect today, July 28. The move coincides with the introduction of stepped up seasonal fines for illegal parking in the areas surrounding beaches and Morningstar Mill. Fines will increase from $30 to $100.
“Since we opened our...
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