Posted on November 21, 2016 06:30 PM
On Monday, November 21, 2016, Pelham Fire Chief Bob Lymburner and Mayor Dave Augustyn accepted a $12,000 donation from Enbridge to help enhance emergency communications equipment for Pelham Fire Services.
“We are pleased to receive this generous donation from Enbridge to help upgrade some of our emergency communications equipment,” said Pelham Fire Chief Bob Lymburner. “We are proud of the service we provide to our community and this will help further our emergency response activities.”
Posted on October 06, 2016 09:30 AM
On Monday, October 3, 2016, Council proved its ongoing commitment to ensuring Pelham is a safe, walkable and cyclable community by approving an additional $196,952 for a new continuous asphalt sidewalk along Highway 20 from Timmsdale Crescent to E.L. Crossley Secondary School.
“The extension of a sidewalk to E.L. Crossley has been a priority for Town Council, the school, and the Pelham Active Transportation Committee for a number of years,” said Mayor Dave Augstyn. “We are delighted that students,...
Posted on October 05, 2016 01:45 PM
The contract stipulates a guaranteed price of $36,204,777 for the new community centre, and includes an incentive for cost savings which will be credited 60% to the Town and 40% to Ball Construction. The contract further requires Ball Construction to work with the Community Centre Oversight Committee to ensure...
Posted on September 26, 2016 08:45 AM
Pelham Fire Services will hold a number of community events and initiatives for Fire Prevention Week 2016 to help keep residents and businesses fire safe.
“The theme of Fire Prevention Week this year is Don’t Wait, Check the Date of your smoke alarms,” said Pelham Fire Chief, Bob Lymburner. “Smoke alarms don’t last forever and we want everyone to stay safe by checking the expiry date of their smoke alarms.”
Smoke alarms wear out over time and need to be replaced within the time frame indicated...
Posted on September 23, 2016 12:00 PM
The Town of Pelham has partnered with Monkeynastix to offer a fun and challenging fitness movement education program to help develop physical literacy in children ages 1 to 8 years.
“Following the success of our Monkeynastix sessions this summer during our Free Play in the Park program, we saw increasing interest and demand for this type of activity in our community,” said Recreation, Culture & Wellness Director, Vickie vanRavenswaay. “We are excited to offer sessions Wednesday evenings for 2...