Posted on July 12, 2013 10:00 AM
Starting in late July, the Pelham Fire Department will distribute combination carbon monoxide and smoke alarms to vulnerable individuals, including families registered with Pelham Cares and those participating in Meals on Wheels.
A total of 240 combination alarms, with a retail value of $12,900, have been donated to the Town of Pelham through Project Zero. Project Zero is a public education program aimed at reducing the number of residential fires and carbon monoxide deaths to zero. The province wide...
Posted on July 05, 2013 10:00 AM
It’s vibrant. It’s creative. And it epitomizes our caring Town.
It represents our five communities, contains colours from our Carolinian Forest, and draws inspiration from our key landmarks.
It shows us interwoven and unified inside a circle, and as the highest geographic point in Niagara.
It’s bold, energetic, unique. And it’s the new Town of Pelham corporate brand.
Created to market the Town’s numerous services, programs, and initiatives in a fresh and modern way, the new logo will be featured on all...
Posted on June 19, 2013 10:00 AM
The Office of the Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, has informed the Town of Pelham that His Honour will be unable to attend scheduled events in Niagara on Friday June 21st due to illness.
On the Lieutenant Governor’s itinerary for the day was a visit to Pelham’s Centennial Park where a tour of the Town’s fully accessible playground was planned. His Honour was also set to meet-and-greet with the 613 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps and the Fabulous Fenwick Lions during their...
Posted on June 14, 2013 10:00 AM
On Friday, June 21, 2013, Mayor Dave Augustyn and Pelham Councillors will welcome the honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, to Pelham.
Planned for 4 p.m. is a tour of the Centennial Park playground, one of Pelham’s fully accessible playgrounds, followed by a meet and greet with the Fabulous Fenwick Lions during their biweekly Fish Fry.
Mayor Dave Augustyn and the 613 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps will greet the Honourable Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and introduce members of...
Posted on June 04, 2013 10:00 AM
Aviva Canada Inc. contacted the Town of Pelham today to re-confirm their $115,000 of Aviva Community Fund support for the Isaac Riehl Memorial Skate Park. Aviva clarified that their support will not be jeopardized by the Branscombe Family’s recent rejection of construction at Fonthill’s Harold Black Park.
While Aviva prefers that the Town complete the skate park by September 2013 – so that they can highlight the project at the launch of the 2014 Aviva Community Fund – the
agreement with the Town extends...