Vol. 7 - Issue 5

April 11, 2024

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Upcoming Council Meetings

April 15, 2024

May 6, 2024

May 27, 2024

Town Council Meeting on April 15

The Town will hold a Council meeting on April15, 2024, at 3 p.m. via Zoom. Town Council meetings are being conducted using a hybrid model where members of Council can participate in person at Town Hall or electronically via Zoom.

At this time, members of the public are encouraged to view the meeting by watching the live stream through the Town’s Municipal Calendar web page.

Should you wish to delegate to a Council meeting, please complete the online delegation form no later than one business day before the meeting is to be held.

If you would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@haltonhills.ca Comments submitted will be circulated to Council Members in advance of the meeting and will be part of the public record.

Council meeting agenda

Mayor's Message

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March 2024

“Where is the Housing? The March 25 meeting of Halton Hills Town Council gave rise to a classic debate about housing – where it should be built, how dense it should be, and whose opinions or policies are most important when Town Council makes a decision.”

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News and Notices

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More about tax payment options

Property Tax Reminder -

2024 Tax Bills

Your next interim tax bill Instalment is due on April 30, 2024.

Ward Two Councillors & HRPS Host Rural Residents Meetings

Following a series of break-ins, Ward 2 Councillors have initiated a joint public meeting with the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) to discuss crime prevention with rural residents. The meeting will be held on April 17 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Acton Arena, 415 Queen St. E.

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Halton Non-Profit Congress

Attention all Halton Hills community organizations! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to participate in the Halton Non-Profit Congress on Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Oakville Town Hall located at 1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville.

This event promises to be transformative, catering specifically to non-profit leaders and changemakers in arts, heritage, recreation, and sports. Join us to explore effective strategies, build connections, and gain insights to boost your impact in the community.

Apply to the Climate Change Investment Fund

Apply now to the Climate Change Investment Fund for funding to support your project that enhances the environmental health of Halton Hills. Submit your application before 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8, 2024.

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Trees for Halton Hills -

Legacy Tree Planting

Join Trees for Halton Hills in their mission to meet the 65,000 Tree Challenge! With over 8,000 trees already planted and registered, every person in town can make a difference by planting a tree in their yard, school, place of worship, or workplace.

Register your planted tree to contribute towards the goal and building a greener, more sustainable community.

Join Us for Earth Week

April 19 - 27

The Town is celebrating Earth Week from April 19 – 27, 2024, aligning with the globally celebrated Earth Day on April 22. Save the dates and join us in participating in the various events and activities planned throughout Earth Week.

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Register for the 22-Minute Makeover

Join us in celebrating Earth Day on April 22, 2024, by taking part in the 22-Minute Makeover. Businesses, schools, and organizations are encouraged to step outside for 22 minutes to clean up the areas where they spend their day.

Let us know you are participating by emailing cleanup@haltonhills.ca, and we will supply free bags and gloves.


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Georgetown GO Station Area/Mill Street Corridor Secondary Plan Review Updates

The Cultural Heritage Resource Assessment (CHRA) for the Georgetown GO Station Area/Mill Street Corridor Secondary Plan Review is now available. The purpose of the CHRA is to review and inventory known and potential heritage properties in the area and develop a conservation strategy for cultural heritage resources in accordance with Section F5 of the Town’s Official Plan. Visit the project page on Let’s Talk.

New Arena Survey

Announcing a new survey for arena program participants. We want to hear your suggestions about ice and floor programs at local arenas. Your responses will help us find optimal program types and times for future arena schedules. The survey is scheduled to close on June 2nd.  

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Detail of Katherine Shaw,

Autumn Splendour, Pastel.

Norval Studios and Gallery: Anniversary Exhibition

Check out work by local Halton Hills artists from Norval Studios and Gallery who are celebrating their first anniversary operating as a cooperative in the historic St. Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall at 16 Adamson Street South in Norval. These artists create and display original works of art in this charming old heritage building once frequented by famous Canadian author, Lucy Maud Montgomery.

On display from April 3 – 28 in the upper and lower Sisnett Lobby.

Florence Helena McGillivray, Untitled, Cliff and Inlet, Cape Breton, ca. 1919, oil on canvas, on loan from a private collection.

Florence McGillivray: Her Story and Influence on Canadian Art

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from co-curator Bill Allen who will be giving a talk this Thursday, April 11, from 6 – 8 p.m. He will be sharing his research and taking questions from the public.


Discover the journey of Canadian artist Florence Helena McGillivray (1864 - 1938), renowned for her post-impressionist style capturing the Canadian landscape. With loans from notable private and public collections, this exhibition explores the influences Florence had as an artist, teacher, and traveler during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This show is co-curated by researcher and author Bill Allen, who recently published his third book about the artist.


On display until May 26 in the Helson Gallery.

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