Township Page January 19, 2023
Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 02:15 PM
The January 19 2023 issue of Township page 2 of the Cosmos newspaper is available for viewing.
Council Highlights - January 9, 2023
Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 09:20 AM
Council highlights from January 9, 2023:
- 2021 Census Population Indigenous and Housing Information ReleasedCouncil received a Census Population - Indigenous Peoples and Housing Portrait report from Durham Region. Council noted the difference in housing numbers between Scugog and Uxbridge and requested a review of the OMPF funding formula to ensure the Township of Uxbridge is receiving an equitable share of funding.
- Growth Plan Predicts 100,000 new Residents in Durham Region in 5 YearsCouncil received...
Announcing 311: An easier way to connect with Durham Region
Posted on Monday, January 16, 2023 02:16 PM
Customers can now connect with Durham Region by calling 311 for convenient access to information about Regional services like waste and recycling, water and sewer, and more.
Regional information is available by calling 311 within the geographical borders of Durham Region. If you are outside those borders, you can access information by calling one local number, 905-668-7711, or toll-free at 1-800-372-1102.
With 311, you don’t need to know the specific Regional department or employee you want to...
Government of Canada supports Uxbridge BIA through the Tourism Relief Fund
Posted on Friday, January 13, 2023 02:35 PM
The Township of Uxbridge Business Improvement Area (BIA) received $100,000 grant from Central Counties Tourism through FedDev Ontario to boost economic viability of the downtown by provide a welcoming experience for visitors. Some of the investments included rejuvenating the Brock Street Parkette, providing weekend access to public washrooms and the “Hop-on / Hop-off” trolley experience during the summer months and to once again be able to provide the “Santa Hut” to the residents of Uxbridge.
Winter Warming Plan and shelter programs support unsheltered residents in Durham Region
Posted on Thursday, January 12, 2023 01:43 PM
Everyone deserves a roof over their head and warmth this winter, which is why the Region of Durham provides shelter programs and a Winter Warming Plan to support unsheltered residents.
People experiencing homelessness, or those who are marginally housed, are some of the most at-risk groups for cold-related illnesses—including hypothermia, frostnip and frostbite, and trench foot. Cold weather can also make existing health conditions worse, such as cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. The effects...