Notice of Public Meeting
The Planning and Environment Committee will consider the following matters at a Public Participation Meeting to be held Monday, December 4, 2017. The meeting will take place in City Hall, Council Chambers. Comments in writing to be considered at the Public Participation Meeting may be sent to the Committee Secretary, H. Lysynski at (email@example.com). If you have any questions or would like to provide comments, please see “Providing Comment” below.
Items not to be heard before 4:00 p.m.
1357 Hyde Park Road – The purpose and effect of this possible Zoning By-law Amendment is to permit the development of seven street townhouse dwellings, on a block to be created with frontage on the future Finlay Crescent. The possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 includes changing the zoning on the rear portion of the subject property FROM a Holding Residential R1 Special Provision (h●h-100●R1-13(6)) Zone, which permits a single detached dwelling, TO a Holding Residential R4 Special Provision (h●h-100●R4-4(__)) Zone, which permits a range of dwelling types including townhouse dwellings with a special provision to allow for up to 52% lot coverage. The holding provisions will ensure that servicing issues are addressed prior to development. File: Z-8816 Planner: M. Knieriem (Dundas)
329-331 Richmond Street – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit the re-use/redevelopment of the existing structure and allow for a 5 storey addition on top the properties. This will result in a 6 storey building that will provide office space for Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) on the first and second floors while permitting 36 apartment units on floors 3-6. The apartment will include a mix of one and two bedroom units and provide housing units for new mothers and YOU clients. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Holding Downtown (h-3*DA1*D350) Zone TO a Holding Downtown Bonus (h-3*DA1*D350*B (_)) Zone to permit the same range of uses which currently exists with a bonus zone to permit a residential density of 556 uph in return for return for eligible facilities, services and matters outlined in Section 19.4.4 of the Official Plan. Other provisions such as parking and residential setbacks may also be considered through the re-zoning process as part of the bonus zone. File: Z-8812 Planner: M. Corby (Dundas)
Brydges Street Area - The purpose and effect of the requested Official Plan amendment is to add new special policy provisions to allow for limited commercial uses subject to meeting specific criteria within the Light Industrial place type portion of the Brydges Street Area. Possible Amendment to the London Plan by ADDING a new special policy to allow for limited commercial uses in specific circumstances within the Light Industrial place type portion of the Brydges Street Area in existing underutilized buildings and subject to meeting specific criteria. Possible change to the Official Plan by ADDING a new special policy to Chapter 10 to allow for limited commercial uses in specific circumstances within the Industrial portion of the Brydges Street Area which would accommodate limited commercial uses in existing underutilized buildings given the commercial uses ability to meet specific criteria. File: O-8749 Planner: L. Maitland (Dundas)
Item not to be heard before 4:30 p.m.
8 Fairview Court (770 Whetter Avenue) –The proposed development for consideration is a 54 unit apartment building, 4 storeys and 14.9m in height. File: SPA17-028 Landscape Planner: V. Santos (City hall)
Item not to be heard before 5:00 p.m.
467 & 469 Dufferin Avenue - The purpose and effect of this Official Plan and zoning change is to permit the redevelopment of the subject lands for an apartment building with a maximum of twelve (12) “Micro-suites”. Possible amendment to the Official Plan to ADD a Specific Policy to Chapter 10 (Policies for Specific Areas) to allow Apartment Buildings with “Micro-suites” as a permitted use. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 to amend Section 2 (Definitions) to ADD the definition for “Micro-suites” having a maximum of one (1) bedroom and a floor area maximum of 42m2. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Residential R3 (R3-2) Zone TO a Residential R3/Residential R8 Special Provision Bonus (R3-2/R8-4(_)ŸB(_)) Zone to permit Apartment Buildings with a maximum of twelve (12) “Micro-suites” in addition to the range of residential uses currently permitted on the site. The special provision would permit a gross floor area maximum of 615m2, a lot area minimum of 390m2 (as existing), a lot frontage minimum of 12.5m (as existing), front yard depth minimum of 1.2m, side yard depth minimum of 1.2m, maximum lot coverage for an accessory building of 10.4%, side yard depth minimum and rear yard depth minimum for an accessory building of 0.3m, maximum lot coverage of 63%, twelve (12) bedrooms as the maximum number of bedrooms, a bicycle parking standard of one (1) enclosed secured bicycle space per “Micro-suite”, and prohibit parking spaces for “Micro-suites”. The City of London may consider other special provisions. The requested B(_) bonus zone would permit an increased maximum density of 307 units per hectare in return for the construction of a specified building design and other eligible facilities, services or matters identified in section 19.4.4 of the City’s Official Plan. File: OZ-8804 Planner: M. Campbell (Dundas)
Item not to be heard before 5:30 p.m.
790-794 Quebec Street – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit an extension of the schoolyard for the East Carling Public School. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Residential R2 (R2-2) Zone TO a Neighbourhood Facility (NF) Zone, which permits day care centres, places of worship and elementary schools. File: Z-8819 Planner: S. Wise (Dundas)
940-956 Wharncliffe Road South – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit a variety of uses on the subject site and provide for an increase in open storage to support surrounding car dealerships or other commercial uses. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM an Urban Reserve (UR4) Zone TO a Restricted Service Commercial Special Provision (RSC1/ RSC2/ RSC3/ RSC4/(__)) Zone to permit range of moderate intensity commercial uses, and trade service uses, which may require significant amounts of land for outdoor storage or interior building space and a location on major streets. The special provision will permit a lot coverage of 80% for self-storage establishments where 60% is required and an increase in the maximum open storage for self-storage establishments from 40% to 100%. Provisions for setbacks may also be considered through this process. File: Z-8813 Planner: M. Corby (Dundas)
Item not to be heard before 6:00 p.m.
1235 – 1295 Fanshawe Park Road West – The purpose and effect of this Official Plan and zoning change is to expand the range of permitted uses on the property to include apartment buildings, handicapped persons apartment buildings, senior citizen apartment buildings, townhouses and stacked townhouses, nursing homes, retirement lodges, lodging house class 2, emergency care establishments, and continuum-of-care facilities. Possible amendment to the Official Plan to ADD a Specific Area Policy to Chapter 10 to permit a range of residential and institutional land uses. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM an Associated Shopping Area Commercial Special Provision (ASA3/ASA6/ASA8(5)) Zone which permits a broad range of retail stores, convenience and personal service uses, and offices; animal hospitals; brewing on premises establishments; clinics; commercial recreation establishments; day care centres; financial institutions; laboratories; restaurants and taverns; and studios, TO a revised Associated Shopping Area Commercial Special Provision (ASA3/ASA6/ASA8(5)) Zone which permits, in addition to the above-noted uses, apartment buildings, handicapped persons apartment buildings, senior citizen apartment buildings, townhouses and stacked townhouses, nursing homes, retirement lodges, lodging house class 2, emergency care establishments, and continuum-of-care facilities. The applicant has also requested the following regulations: all uses may develop either in a standalone building or as part of a mixed-use building, including a live-work format; for residential uses, a maximum height of 4 storeys, a maximum lot coverage of 40%, and a minimum landscaped open space of 30%. The City may also consider other special regulations such as for building setbacks from property lines and the use of a Residential R8 Zone variation to implement all or some of the above mentioned uses and regulations. File: O-8799/Z-8798 Planner: B. Debbert (Dundas)
Item not to be heard before 8:00 p.m.
324 York Street – The purpose and effect of the requested Zoning By-law amendment is to permit the continued operation of the existing surface commercial parking lot uses for an additional three (3) years. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 BY AMENDING the temporary use provisions of the existing holding Downtown Area Special Provision/Temporary Use (h-3*DA1(1)*D350*H95/DA1(3)*D350*H95/T-71) Zone at 324 York Street, TO EXTEND the temporary commercial parking lot use for an additional three (3) years. File: TZ-8815 Planner: S. Wise (Dundas)
Notice of Application
The following applications have been received by the City of London. The Planning and Environment Committee will be considering these applications at a future public meeting, the date and time of which will be published in the Londoner. If you have any questions or would like to provide comment, please see “Providing Comment” below.
2081 Trafalgar Street – The purpose and effect of the requested zoning change is to facilitate a severance to permit four triplex dwellings. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Residential R1 (R1-1) Zone TO a Residential R3 Special Provision (R3-2(_)) Zone to permit triplex dwellings with a special provision to allow for an increased parking area coverage. File: Z-8846 Planner: S. Wise (Dundas)
1146-1156 Byron Baseline Road – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit the development of a 4-storey apartment building comprised of 38 units. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Residential R1 (R1-7) Zone TO a Residential R8 Special Provision (R8-4(_)) Zone to permit apartment buildings, handicapped person’s apartment buildings, lodging houses class 2, stacked townhouses, senior citizen apartment buildings, emergency care establishments, and continuum-of-care facilities. The requested special provision would permit a maximum height of 15 metres; whereas, the standard R8-4 Zone permits a maximum height of 13m. File: Z-8847 Planner: M. Campbell (Dundas)
Portion of 255 South Carriage Road - The purpose and effect of this application is to permit street townhouse development with 45% lot coverage. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM Residential (R4-4) Zone which permits street townhouse development with 35% lot coverage TO a Residential R4 Special Provision (R4-4 (_)) Zone which permits street townhouses with 45% lot coverage. File: Z-8850 Planner: C. Smith (City Hall)
2150 Oxford Street East – The purpose and effect of this Official Plan and zoning change is to permit Office uses on the subject site at a total gross floor area of 2200m2. Possible amendment to the Official Plan to add a Specific Area Policy to Chapter 10 to permit the proposed office use at a total gross floor area of 2200m2. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Holding Light Industrial (h-199*h-200*LI1/LI2/LI4/LI5) Zone TO a Holding Light Industrial Special Provision (h-199*h-200*LI1/LI2/LI4(_)/LI5) Zone to permit Offices at a total gross floor area of 2200m2. File: OZ-8851 Planner: M. Corby (Dundas)
Notice of Intent to Remove a Holding Provision
City Council will consider removing the Holding Provisions as applied to the lands described below at a future Council Meeting. Council will not hear representations from the public on these matters. If you have any questions or comments about this matter, please call the planner identified below.
905 Sarnia Road (North Parcel) - City Council intends to consider removing the h. h-65, h-82 and h-100 holding provisions from the lands that ensures for the orderly development of land and for the provision of adequate water service and appropriate access, the consolidation of lots with abutting lands and the implementation of noise mitigation from the CP rail line a development agreement shall be entered into to the satisfaction of the City. Council will consider removing the holding provision as it applies to these lands no earlier than January 8, 2018. File: H-8849 Planner: C. Smith (City Hall)
Your comments on these matters are important. You may comment by phone, mail, e-mail or fax by calling 519-661-4980, or emailing the planner assigned to the file you are interested in. Mail should be directed to: The City of London, Planning Services, P.O. Box 5035, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, N6A 4L9.
Please note: Personal information collected and recorded at the Public Participation Meeting, or through written submissions on this subject, is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, and the Planning Act, 1990 R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13 and will be used by Members of Council and City of London staff in their consideration of this matter. The written submissions, including names and contact information and the associated reports arising from the public participation process, will be made available to the public, including publishing on the City's website. Video recordings of the Public Participation Meeting may also be posted to the City of London's website. Questions about this collection should be referred to Cathy Saunders, City Clerk, 519-661-2489 ext. 4937.
If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the City of London before the application is adopted or approved, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Municipal Council or the Approval Authority of the City of London to the Ontario Municipal Board.
If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the City of London before the proposed amendment is adopted or approved, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Ontario Municipal Board unless, in the opinion of the Board, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party.
If you wish to view additional information or material relating to these applications, the files are available to the public at the Planning Services, 206 Dundas Street, or Development Services, 6th floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, Monday to Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. The notices indicate the office location of the files. Key maps for the lands described in these applications are not provided as they are available for review at the offices noted above.
*Please ensure you reference the File Number or address in all communications.
The Committee of Adjustment for the City of London will meet on Monday, November 27, 2017, commencing at 1:20 p.m., on the second floor of City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario for the purpose of hearing the following applications for Minor Variance to Zoning By-law Z.-1.
1:20 p.m. – A.171/17 - 750 and 752 Richmond Street, PLAN 180 PT LOT 7 S/S Oxford E, south east corner of Richmond Street and Oxford Street East. To permit a use that is not specifically mentioned under the present zone. To expand the definition of commercial recreation establishment to include virtual reality games.
1:30 p.m. – A.172/17 - 1023 Trafalgar Street, Plan 404 Pt Lot 2 S Trafalgar N Hamilton, on the south side of Trafalgar Street and east of Egerton Street. To construct an unenclosed, covered front porch. To permit a front yard setback of 10.0m from the center line of the road allowance whereas 23.0m is required.
1:40 p.m. – A.173/147 - 50 Foster Avenue, PLAN 414 LOT 125 N/S TOZER REG, northwest corner of Foster Avenue and Tozer Avenue. To construct an accessory structure (detached garage). To permit an exterior side yard setback of 5.5m whereas 6m is required; To permit an accessory structure lot coverage of 10.92% whereas 10% is the maximum permitted.
1:50 p.m. – A.174/17 - 20607 Rebecca Road, CON 1 E PT LOT 6, west side of Rebecca Road north of Evelyn Drive. To construct an accessory structure (detached garage). To permit the size of all accessory buildings to be 61.7% 198.43m2 of the size of the main farm dwelling whereas 25% is the maximum.
2:00 p.m. – A.165/17 - 2375 Main Street, Pt Lot 21 Plan 443, Pt Lot 71 Con ETR, Part 1 RP33R-6467, on the north side of Main Street, west of Campbell Street North. To expand a non-conforming use. Permission to expand an existing accessory office of 55.74m² associated with an existing building and contracting establishment into the main building on the main floor with 97m² of gross floor area for a total gross floor area of 152.74m².
If you wish to be notified of a decision of the Committee of Adjustment, you must appear in person or by Counsel at the hearing and file a written request with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee of Adjustment. An appeal from a decision of the Committee of Adjustment to the Ontario Municipal Board shall be filed within 20 days of making the decision. Any appeal must be filed with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee of Adjustment, in person at 7th Floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, or Mail to City of London, P.O. Box 5035, ON N6A 4L9. 519-661-4988.
The London Consent Authority will be considering the following application for consent no earlier than November 30, 2017
Revised B.024/17 – 243 Tecumseh Avenue East - Request to establish an easement of approximately 19.35m2 over 243 Tecumseh Avenue East in favour of 239 Tecumseh Avenue East, for the purpose of access and maintenance. Planner: S. Meksula
If a person or public body that files an appeal of a decision of the City of London Consent Authority in respect of the proposed consent does not make written submissions to the Consent Authority, before it gives or refuses to give a provisional consent, the Ontario Municipal Board may dismiss the appeal. If you wish to be notified of the decision of the Consent Authority in respect of the proposed consent you must make a written submission to the City of London Consent Authority, 300 Dufferin Avenue, 6th Floor, London, Ontario, N6A 4L9. Additional information on these applications is available at the Consent Authority Office, Development and Compliance Services, Development Services, 6th Floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario 519 930-3500.
The City of London is circulating the draft Hamilton Road Area Community Improvement Plan (CIP) for public input and feedback in order to refine the CIP and its implementable actions that will help establish a long-term vision for the Hamilton Road Area. The draft CIP will be available on the December 4, 2017 Planning and Environment Committee agenda, as well as available on the City’s website at http://www.london.ca/cip beginning in late November 2017.
After reviewing the feedback received through the circulation process, the final CIP will be presented at a future meeting of the Planning and Environment Committee for consideration and approval.
For more information about the project or to provide feedback on the draft CIP, contact Graham Bailey at (519) 661-2489 ext. 7567, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Dundas)
Downtown Temporary Commercial Parking Lots
Municipal Council, at its meeting held on September 15, 2015 resolved:
15. That the following actions be taken to assist with encouraging redevelopment of vacant lots in London’s downtown:
a) the Civic Administration BE REQUESTED to review and report back to a future meeting of the Planning and Environment Committee on the status of all commercial parking lots in the downtown to confirm that these properties are zoned appropriately to permit the use;
b) the Civic Administration BE REQUESTED to ensure that the policies contained within the Downtown Master Plan, Our Move Forward, that discourage the extension of temporary use by-laws for the establishment of commercial parking uses in the downtown, be considered during the evaluation of any new applications or applications for the extension of an existing temporary use by-law, for the creation of new commercial parking; and,
c) the Civic Administration BE REQUESTED to report back to a future meeting of the appropriate Committee as how best to expedite the creation and implementation of a downtown parking strategy. (2015-D09) (15/20/PEC)
Clause (a) specifically asks City staff to review all existing Downtown temporary commercial parking lots to determine whether they are properly zoned. Planning staff have now completed an information report in response to the Council resolution. File: 15 DOW t Planner: C. Parker at email@example.com or 519-661-4980 (Dundas)
Notice of 2018 Budget Update to the 2016-2019 Multi-Year Budget (Property Tax Supported and Water and Wastewater and Treatment), Budget Information Sessions and Public Participation Meeting
The draft 2018 Budget Update to the 2016-2019 Multi-Year Operating and Capital Budgets was tabled at the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee meeting held on Monday, October 30, 2017. This document may be viewed at the City Clerk’s Office, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue and can also be viewed on the City’s website at www.london.ca. Members of the public are encouraged to become informed about the Budget Update and multi-year budget process at the following public participation meeting:
Public Participation Meeting – Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 4 PM – Council Chambers, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue. Any person wishing to appear as a delegation before the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee (SPPC) with respect to the draft 2018 Budget Update to the 2016-2019 Multi-Year Budget may do so at the Wednesday, November 22, 2017 public participation meeting being held by the SPPC.
Notice is hereby given that the Council of The Corporation of the City of London intends to adopt the 2018 Update to the 2016-2019 Multi-Year Budget at the Council Meeting to be held on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 commencing at 4:00 PM in the Council Chambers. If you have any questions regarding this matter please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Personal information collected and recorded through this public participation process, or through written submissions on this subject, is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, and will be used by Members of Council and City of London staff in their consideration of this matter. The written submissions, including names and contact information and the associated reports arising from the public participation process, will be made available to the public, including publishing on the City’s website. Video recordings of the public participation opportunities may also be posted to the City of London’s website. Questions about this collection should be referred to Cathy Saunders, City Clerk, 519-661-2489 ext. 4937.
Notice of the Second Series of Open Houses
City of London Residual Waste Disposal Strategy
Environmental Assessment of the Proposed W12A Landfill Expansion
The City of London (the City) has initiated a study under the Environmental Assessment (EA) Act for a proposed expansion of the City’s existing landfill (W12A), which is expected to reach capacity in 2025. The service area for the landfill expansion is proposed to be enlarged to a regional area, which would include: the City of London, County of Huron, County of Perth, County of Elgin, County of Lambton, and County of Middlesex. The City wants community feedback on the proposed expansion of the W12A Landfill and is hosting this second series of open houses as follows:
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Horton Street Goodwill Industries (3rd Floor)
255 Horton Street (at Wellington) London,
2 - 4 p.m. and 5 - 8 p.m.
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Lambeth Community Centre (Gymnasium)
7112 Beattie Street, London
2 - 4 p.m. and 5 - 8 p.m.
It is proposed that the landfill expansion will occur within the area on and adjacent to the existing landfill property. At these open houses the public will learn about the proposed content of the Draft Terms of Reference (overall work plan for the project) including existing site conditions, preliminary landfill expansion concepts (known as ‘Alternative Methods’), the proposed methodology and technical studies for evaluating and comparing the ‘Alternative Methods’, and how to be involved in the EA process. Additionally information on the development of the City’s draft Resource Recovery Strategy will be available to the public. A main focus of the open houses will be to inform the public and seek input on the ‘Alternative Methods’ for landfill expansion and the criteria to be used to comparatively evaluate the ‘Alternative Methods’. Attendees will have the opportunity to have one-on-one discussions with City staff and the project consultant. If you wish to be added to the project contact list, or have questions, please contact City staff as noted below or visit the City’s website at getinvolved.london.ca/WhyWasteDisposal.
Jay Stanford, M.A., M.P.A.
Director – Environment, Fleet and Solid Waste
Phone: 519-661-CITY (2489) ext. 5411
Fax : 519-661-2354
Wesley Abbott, P. Eng.
Project Manager – Solid Waste Management
Phone: 519-661-CITY (2489) ext. 1812
Fax : 519-661-2354
Mailing Address for the above staff is:
Solid Waste Management Division, 8th Floor,
The Corporation of the City of London
300 Dufferin Avenue, P.O. Box 5035
London, ON N6A 4L9
All personal information included in a submission – such as name, address, telephone number and property location – is collected, maintained and disclosed by the MOECC for the purpose of transparency and consultation. The information is collected under the authority of the Environmental Assessment Act or is collected and maintained for the purpose of creating a record that is available to the general public as described in s.37 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public unless you request that your personal information remain confidential. For more information, please contact the MOECC’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator at 416-327-1434.
Veuillez noter qu’il vous est possible de nous communiquer vos commentaires ou vos questions sur le projet en français en les adressant à Trish Edmond dont les coordonnées sont indiquées ci-dessus.
Trish Edmond, P. Eng., EA Manager
Golder Associates Ltd
1931 Robertson Road
Ottawa, ON K2H 5B7
Notice of Public Information Centre (PIC)
Commissioners Road West Realignment
Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA)
The City of London has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study to investigate the alternatives for the realignment of Commissioners Road intersection with Springbank Drive/Byron Baseline Road, extending through the Byron Pit to the Commissioners Road/Cranbrook Drive intersection. This project is being carried out under the planning and design process for a Schedule C project as outlined in the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015).
A Public Information Centre (PIC) is scheduled for:
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Byron Optimist Community Centre, (1308 Norman Ave, London, ON N6K 2A3)
The first PIC was held on March 30, 3017 to present the study scope, existing conditions, problems/opportunities, alternative solutions, and design considerations. The preferred solution selected was to extend Commissioners Road into the quarry to achieve a safer road profile. The second PIC will present alternative realignment designs, evaluation criteria, and the preliminary preferred design. The impact of road improvement options on the social, cultural, economic and natural environments have been evaluated and assessed during the study. The study team will be available to answer questions and provide information related to the study. Comments received from members of the public, Aboriginal Communities, agencies and interested parties will be considered where appropriate and incorporated as part of the study documentation. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record. Information presented at the PIC for this study will be posted on the City of London website at https://www.london.ca/residents/Environment/EAs/Pages/Commissioners-Road-West-Realignment.aspx. Please contact either of the following team members if you have any questions or comments or wish to obtain more information on this study:
Ted Koza, P. Eng.
City of London
300 Dufferin Avenue
London, ON N6A 4L9
T: 519-661-2489 x 5806
Stephen Keen, P. Eng.
Consultant Project Manager
CIMA Canada Inc.
3027 Harvester Road, Suite 400
T: 289-288-0287 x.6834
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Victoria Park Winter Wonderland – The Official Opening of the “Winter Wonderland” has been set for Friday, December 1, 2017 at 6:15 p.m. with the lights being turned on at 6:50 p.m. The lights will remain on nightly from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. until December 31, 2017. Please be advised that the following schedule has been set for the opening of the City Hall Promenade Deck for the public to view the Christmas lights. Starting Friday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m. the Promenade Deck will remain open nightly except for the following dates: December 12, 25, 26, 31 and January 1, 2018.