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The Spring & Summer 2022 Program Guide will be delivered to all Aurora households on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
5 things to know about proposed men's emergency and transitional housing shelter in Aurora. Multi-service facility would offer counselling, life skills training, referrals to community resources
Bulky items such as furniture, mattresses, box springs, plastic lawn furniture, toilets (separated) and carpeting do not require a tag. (Up to 5 items maximum). Bag Tags can be purchased for $5 each tax included and will be sold at Aurora Town Hall (100 John West Way). All garbage should be placed in a Town approved container or a plastic bag. Waste beyond the three-bag limit will require a bag tag sticker to be placed around the neck of the bag or it will not be picked up. Residents can put up to a maximum of six bags/bins of garbage out, three free and three paid.
Textiles including used clothing, sheets, towels and fabrics make up five per cent of what gets thrown away as garbage from households in York Region. Residents can dispose of unwanted clothing and textiles in collection bins at the following locations:
The Town of Aurora offers services to help you with your home or property. If you are moving into a new home or looking to make improvements to your existing properties, we can help! The links below and to the right will assist you with all you need to know about property standards, garbage and recycling, building permits, development charges and much more. CHECK OUT THESE HOMEOWNER RESOURCES
It would be hard to miss the change or shift that has happened in our current Real Estate Market However, this time, the lights have definitely not gone out, but they have dimmed ever so slightly. We can all see the For Sale signs lining the streets, where once they were few and far between ..
Between April 2020 and March 2021, close to 600,000 people accessed a local food bank. That's a 10 to 12 per cent increase compared to the previous year. As the number of food bank users have increased, so too has the need for food items. Donations of non-perishable, non-expired food items can dropped off at local grocery stores. Monetary donations can also be made through canadahelps.org.
York Region was updated on what’s ahead for GO transit service at a regional council presentation April 7. Metrolinx spokespersons Spencer Gibbens and Rajesh Khetarpal said the regional public transit service is transitioning from a Toronto-centric commuter railway system into one with more regional connectivity. Here are some key takeaways from the report presented to council.
The Ontario Land Tribunal replaced the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) in 2021. In turn, LPAT had replaced the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) in 2017.Progressive Conservative government continues to overturn positive changes achieved through a reform of the OMB “on a whim” and adding Markham’s voice to the 100 or so municipalities calling for change is a necessary step to fix a broken system. MORE
The Region of York has been asked to consider using its development charges — fees collected from developers to help pay for cost of infrastructure — to encourage more affordable housing and better environmental practices. The region’s development charges (DC) date back to 2017 and are due for an update.
York Region council approved an agreement with Ontario to build the Yonge North Subway Extension. The agreement states the project's estimated $5.6-billion cost will be split between the federal, provincial and municipal governments. Check it out(DC) date back to 2017 and are due for an update.