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Steve Bauer Trail daily closures begin September 2

Posted on August 27, 2020 03:25 PM

UPDATE (September 8, 2020): Daily closures of the Steve Bauer Trail will continue from September 14-28. Paving has been delayed to allow for the inclusion of  draining measures such as an additional culvert and some ditch work. Further updates, if necessary, will be posted on the Town of Pelham website and social media channels.


August 27,2020 - Starting September 2, 2020, the Steve Bauer Trail will undergo daily closures as work to resurface the trail begins. It is anticipated that the...

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Advance polling dates for 2020 by-election just around the corner

Posted on August 20, 2020 01:16 PM

August 20, 2020

Pelham, ON – Pelham Ward One voters looking to cast their ballot before Election Day on September 15, 2020, can do so at advance polling sites on September 3 and 12. Advance and Election Day Polls are located at Fire Station #2 (766 Welland Road Fenwick) and Fire Station #3 (2355 Cream Street North Pelham).

Advance polling sites permit voters to cast their ballot as noted on the voter notification card. This year, to ease the number of people at the...

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Town of Pelham levies Part III charge for contravention of cannabis interim control bylaw

Posted on August 19, 2020 09:41 AM

August 19, 2020

Pelham, ON – The Town of Pelham issued a Part III charge under the Provincial Offences Act to Woodstock Biomed Inc. (Leviathan Cannabis Group Inc.) at 770 Foss Road for allegedly violating the Town’s Cannabis Interim Control Bylaw (ICB).

The charge is the result of what is alleged to be a large scale cannabis growing operation at that address.  While the ICB is in effect, the use of any land, building or structure for any agricultural,...

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Town of Pelham receives just under $447,000 in COVID-19 relief funding

Posted on August 18, 2020 02:32 PM

As part of the federal-provincial Safe Restart Agreement with municipalities, Pelham will receive just under $447,000 in the first round of funding. You can read the provincial announcement here.

The funding offsets the various financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, including program revenues, advertising, cleaning, safety, and more. 

The funding, in part includes transit, breaks down to $428,500 for the municipality and $18,344 for transit. Town staff estimate that lost revenue...

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NRT and Via launch first on-demand public transit system in Niagara Region

Posted on August 17, 2020 01:27 PM

"Connecting Pelham residents to other municipalities in West Niagara and throughout the Region in a timely and efficient manner allows for greater access to places of employment, shopping, or the pharmacy. Pelham is excited to partner with the Region and Grimsby and Lincoln on a service that maximizes the Town's investment in transit and sees the greatest dividends realized by those who use the service."
~ Pelham Mayor Marvin Junkin

From Niagara Region Niagara Region Transit and Via,...

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