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Exercise caution with bad weather approaching

Posted on Friday, April 13, 2018 12:45 PM

With precipitation and falling temperatures forecast over the next several days, rain may freeze and cause slippery road conditions in some areas. Residents are reminded to:

  • Drive to conditions - Take care and drive according to road conditions.
  • Obey speed limits - Posted speed limits are not targets; they are maximums under good weather and good road conditions.
  • Walk carefully on sidewalks - Sidewalks may also become slippery. Pedestrians: please exercise caution.

The Town’s response
Based on current...

Albert Street Reconstruction

Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2018 09:45 AM

The Town of Caledon is in the process of finalizing a design to urbanize Albert Street, James Street to John Street, in Bolton. The design is intended to address flooding concerns through the implementation of “Low Impact Development” features along the roadway. Other features included in the design works are upgraded pedestrian facilities as well as an upgraded
road platform.

The Town of Caledon is in the process of finalizing a design to urbanize Albert Street, James Street to John Street,...

Caledon launches “Celebrate Caledon”

Posted on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 07:00 AM

From humble beginnings over 10 years ago the second weekend in June has grown to become “the weekend to be in Caledon.” Last year saw the launch of Cheers Caledon, a craft beer and cider festival that featured the best of home-grown producers such as Caledon Hills, Pommies and Spirit Tree. And Caledon Day was a smash hit with headline act Sloan thrilling hundreds and hundreds. In 2018 we are proud to announce the continued growth of our weekend lineup. 

Celebrate Caledon NEW FOR 2018! 


Statement on the passing of Bill Rea

Posted on Sunday, April 08, 2018 06:30 AM

(April 9, 2018) Mayor Allan Thompson has issued an additional statement on the passing of Caledon Citizen editor Bill Rea: 

As a community we are deeply grateful for the life and work of Bill Rea. 

Bill connected with his readers through a shared sense of community.

Whatever was happening in Town, you could count on Bill being there to capture the moment.  

He was well known for his dry wit and clever sense of humour.  

Bill always looked beyond the obvious attention grabbing...

Mountainview Road Environmental Assessment: Public Information Centre #2

Posted on Thursday, April 05, 2018 09:45 AM

You are invited to the second Public Information Centre on April 26, 2018 about planned improvements on Mountainview Road between Olde Base Line Road and Granite Stones Drive. The improvements are required in light of proposed development growth to meet the Town’s transportation capacity and ensure safe driving conditions. The project is being carried out as part of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) process.

The purpose of PIC No. 2 is to present the preferred alternative for...