Posted on September 23, 2020 10:14 AM
Councillor Wayne Olson swears oath of office
Newly elected Ward One Councillor Wayne Olson swore the oath of office for Pelham Town Council on Monday night. Olson, who won the recent by-election held on September 15, participated in his first meeting as a member of Council. Welcome to Councillor Olson.
Updates on social gatherings
Fire Chief and CEMC Bob Lymburner updated Council on the most recent numbers and updates on COVID-19. Notably,...
Posted on September 22, 2020 02:50 PM
UPDATE (Sept. 23) - On Sept. 22, crews installed a new valve at the intersection of Pelham Street and Quaker Road. This allowed for the isolation of the properties on Pelham Street (specifically Woodlands of Sunset). The repair will require a shut-down of the water main on Quaker Road between Pelham Street and Line Ave. beginning this evening at 6 p.m. Notifications have been made to affected residents and businesses.
Sept. 22 - Please be advised of a water main break at the intersection...
Posted on September 22, 2020 12:32 PM
Submitted by the Pelham Beautification Committee
The Pelham Garden Club, formally known as the Pelham Horticulture Society, has been in existence since 1928. The volunteer members have taken on many projects over the decades, with the Town of Pelham benefiting greatly from planting new flower beds to tree plantings. The Pelham Library, Fonthill Branch is one recipient of the Club's beautification efforts. In 2006 the Garden Club received a $500 grant from the Ontario Horticultural Association...
Posted on September 18, 2020 04:09 PM
From the Niagara Region
Niagara’s Regional Chair and mayors signaled their resolve to make Niagara a more diverse and welcoming community on Sept. 18, as they jointly signed a declaration marking Niagara as a member of the Coalition of Inclusive Municipalities.
Over the past year, Regional Council, along with all 12 municipal councils, voted to join the Coalition, a network that brings together municipalities that want to improve their policies against racism, discrimination, exclusion...
Posted on September 17, 2020 02:56 PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 17, 2020
Pelham, ON – The end of September marks the return of many regular programs at the Meridian Community Centre (MCC), with several more planned in early October.
The MCC's gradual integration of services follows the Province's and the Ontario Recreation Facilities Association's guidance for facilities for sports and recreational fitness activities during COVID-19. Earlier in September, the walking track opened, and larger groups were permitted...