News & Notices

Construction Notice: Ministry of Transportation Rehabilitation of Highway 404

21 hours ago

The purpose of this project is to restore the ride quality of the pavement, rehabilitate Bloomington and CNR bridges, and decrease ongoing maintenance demands. The construction activities will be during the day and night to complete the project. The duration of construction will be approximately from May 2024 to the Fall of 2026.

Bat tests positive for rabies virus in York Region

June 17, 2024

The Regional Municipality of York has received confirmation a bat has tested positive for the rabies virus in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. This is the first confirmed rabies case in York Region in 2024. While the risk of rabies infection remains low, York Region is reminding residents to be aware of what they can do to prevent rabies.

Notice: Heritage Conservation Districts

June 17, 2024

This Notice is to advise that in accordance with Section 41 of Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O 1990, Chapter O.18 the Council of the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville at its meeting on June 5th, 2024 has made the decision to: Pass By-laws 2024-068-DS, 2024-069-DS, and 2024-070-DS To designate Heritage Conservation Districts.

Power Outage Resulting in Leisure Centre Closure

June 15, 2024

There is currently a power outage in the area of the Leisure Centre, resulting in the closure of the facility. HydroOne does not have an estimated restoration time; however, staff is onsite and will be ready to reopen once power is restored. Updates will be provided as soon as more information becomes available. To get real-time updates on the outage, visit the Hydro One outage map. Thank you for your cooperation.

Buzzing with Excitement: Pollinator Week in Stouffville

June 14, 2024

Get ready to celebrate the wonders of our ecosystem because Pollinator Week is happening June 17 through June 23! This annual event, managed by the Pollinator Partnership and supported by Bee City Canada, is all about raising awareness and protecting the pollinators in our community.

Stouffville Recognized as One of Canada’s Best Places to Work for 2024

June 12, 2024

The Town of Stouffville is proud to announce its inclusion in the Human Resources Director Canada (HRD) list of Best Places to Work for 2024. This recognition highlights Stouffville's commitment to fostering a supportive and equitable work environment that prioritizes work-life balance, mental health, and empathetic leadership.

June is Recreation and Parks Month in Stouffville

June 03, 2024

June is Recreation and Parks Month (J.R.P.M.), is an annual community mobilization movement that takes place in parks, schools, recreation centres, and neighbourhoods all across Ontario. Enjoy June to the fullest with family, friends, and the great outdoors!

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