News & Notices
There will be a temporary service disruption at the Collingwood Museum on Wednesday, November 6. We are having a case dismantled in the main gallery and for this reason part of the gallery will be closed to the public during open hours (9:30 AM to 4:30 PM).
Please join us at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Day. Town Hall & Municipal Offices closed entire weekend including Remembrance Day. Museum closed Sunday. Library closed Monday. Pool & Arenas are open for normal scheduling all weekend.
Please take notice that construction of the new crossing at the front of Cameron Street Public School is now complete. Beginning on Tuesday, November 5, the Crossing Guard that was temporarily assigned to Cameron Street and Maple Street will be re-positioned to this new crossing. Students and parents are encouraged to use the new crossing.
Please take notice that the pedestrian crossover on Hurontario Street at the Hamilton Drain Trail Crossing, which is south of Stanley Street, is now open and activated. Drivers and Cyclists are reminded to watch for Pedestrians.
On Wednesday, November 13, the 6th annual Creative Collingwood Symposium will leave you inspired and is not to be missed if you are an artist, creator, maker, musician, arts administrator, creative professional, educator or cultural enthusiast!
Regular Council meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of every month in Council Chambers, Town Hall located at 97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood at 5:00 PM unless otherwise posted.
Collingwood’s cluster of tech companies are piloting a unique approach to stormwater management using an interconnected set of devices. Known as the Stormwater Collingwood Pilot Project, a group of companies specializing in water related technologies came together several years ago to solve a problem…reducing the amount of water that comes off houses during major storm events, and then spills into stormwater systems. They hypothesized that if water could be better managed at the house ‘lot’ level, there could be a significant decrease in spikes the Town’s stormwater systems experience. And there could be additional spinoff benefits, including lowering the risk of flooded basements.