Posted on October 26, 2018 11:15 AM
Project Duration: October 29th, 2018 to December 7th, 2018, weather dependent
Project Locations: Station Street, between Highway 20 and Pelham Town Square
Project Description: Contractors will be working on the above street to complete the replacement of the existing watermain. This work will entail the open trench excavation and installation of a new PVC watermain, compaction of back fill material, and surface restoration. During the watermain commissioning process, residents will see water discharging...
Posted on October 26, 2018 10:30 AM
We have had a sighting of a large coyote behind Beechwood Crescent close to the Steve Bauer Trail. Though it is not normal for a coyote to approach a human, they will in fact approach a dog, cat or any other small animal if given the opportunity. It is advised to keep your dogs leashed and close to you while out walking and ensure cats remain indoors especially during dusk to dawn when coyotes are most active. Please always be aware of your surroundings when out walking. Should...
Posted on October 24, 2018 02:15 PM
Please be advised the Town is currently conducting its annual sanitary sewer flushing program. This process cleans the municipal sewer throughout various areas of the town. Due to varying pressure required, some residents may experience bubbling in their toilets. This is a normal event that can occur and there is no need to contact Town staff. The contractor completing the work is making every effort to ensure this does not happen.
Posted on August 30, 2018 03:00 PM
Over time, we have received several calls, complaints and emails pertaining to the speed on Lookout Street prompting a speed survey.
The results of that survey showed that:
AADT (Annual Average Daily Traffic)= 1223 vehicles
85th Percentile = 85km/h
Average speed = 65km/h
Another statistic that stands out is that 38% of all vehicles were travelling over 89km/h
To calm traffic, we are piloting 2 mini-roundabouts, set up at both Brewerton and Marlene Stewart Boulevard. The pilot will be temporary...
Posted on July 26, 2018 08:30 AM
Due to the recent weather conditions, the Pelham Fire Chief has lifted the open-air burn ban in the Town of Pelham. It is now acceptable to have an open-air burn provided you have an issued permit from the Pelham Fire Department for any outdoor burns. However, permits are not required for barbecues when cooking. Please contact the Pelham Fire Department at 905-892-2607 x 201 or visit our Facebook book page @PelhamFire if you have any questions.
Please use caution and good judgement...