Canada Day
Collingwood to Celebrate Canada Day with Peak to Shore and Porch Parties
June 30, 2020
Business Buzz

Normally, Blue Mountain Village, the Town of Collingwood, and the Town of the Blue Mountains would each have a slate of Canada Day events to bring people together in their communities. In our new normal, this isn’t possible. But everyone sees the need for a celebration. So, with support from BruceGreySimcoe and the Province of Ontario, the three communities are getting together to bring you the next best thing - Canada Day from Peak to Shore - a safe, pandemic-defying, life-affirming celebration, and tribute to our essential workers and everyday heroes.

Fireworks
NOTICE - There will not be a Collingwood Fireworks Display for Canada Day 2020
June 29, 2020
Events

Please take notice that there will not be a Canada Day fireworks display in Collingwood this year due to health restrictions on public events and gatherings. Join the celebration in a new way with our Virtual Peak to Shore Canada Day livestream event on July 1 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Safe Boating
Water Safety - Safe Boating & Life Jackets
June 29, 2020
Parks, Recreation, & Culture

On average 125 Canadians drown in boating incidents each year. One of the best ways to ensure you are boat smart this summer is by getting carded! Get the Pleasure Craft Operator Card and if you are new to boating make sure to check out STARTboating.ca to learn about the basics on how to be a safe and responsible boater.

70 Huron Street
NOTICE - Noise Exemption on Huron Street
June 26, 2020
Bylaw Enforcement

Please take notice that a Noise Exemption has been issued at 70 Huron Street to Parkbridge Lifestyle from Sunday, June 28 at 10:00 PM to Monday, June 29 at 7:00 AM due to installation of a water service that will involve the use of an excavator, front-end loader, dump truck, and generator through the night due to the high traffic on Huron Street during regular daytime hours.

Property Lines
New Back to Business 7 Step Checklist Released by Town of Collingwood based on Economic Recovery Task Force Action Plan
June 25, 2020
Business Buzz

On June 15, Town of Collingwood Council approved the recommendation developed by the 14-person Collingwood Economic Support & Recovery Taskforce. This Task Force of private and public sector leaders worked tirelessly with Town Staff to develop 6 Item Action Plan within 8 weeks.

Collingwood updates Relief Measures for Residents and Businesses
June 24, 2020
Corporate Service

At the Monday, June 15 Council Meeting, Town of Collingwood Council extended COVID-19 Relief Measures that will continue to support residents and businesses as the Province and Health Units phase in re-openings.

Municipal Paking Map
NOTICE - Parking Enforcement Resumes
June 24, 2020
Bylaw Enforcement

Starting Monday, June 29, the Town will resume the enforcement of all parking regulations, excluding paid parking in the downtown, but will respond to complaints about vehicles parking longer than the 3 hour maximum. Anyone needing to be parked longer than 3 hours in the downtown is encouraged to use the Municipal Parking Lots.

Council
Council Highlights - Monday, June 22, 2020
June 23, 2020
Council

Regular Council meetings are held on the third and fourth Monday of every month in Council Chambers, Town Hall located at 97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood at 5:00 PM unless otherwise posted. Please take note of alternative Council Meeting arrangements in place due to COVID-19.

Collingwood.Business Newsletter
Collingwood.Business Update #12
June 23, 2020
Business Buzz

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FCM
Support for communities is key to Canada’s COVID-19 recovery
June 23, 2020
Council

The Council of the Town of Collingwood has joined a growing chorus of municipal, business, and labour leaders calling on federal, provincial, and territorial governments to come together to support municipalities on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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