Posted on June 04, 2013 10:00 AM
A letter received yesterday by Pelham Town Council through River Realty Development Inc., states that the Branscombe Family rejects the request to build the Isaac Riehl Memorial Skate Park in Fonthill’s Harold Black Park.
Isaac’s parents, local skate boarders, an Aviva Insurance Broker, and representatives from Pelham’s sport clubs, local Service Clubs, and the Niagara Regional Police, used a comprehensive site identification and evaluation process on February 21, 2013 to select Harold Black Park...
Posted on May 29, 2013 10:00 AM
Today, the Town of Pelham becomes the first Canadian town of its size to receive the coveted Bicycle Friendly Community designation. Awarded during the 2013 Ontario Bike Summit, Pelham joins Ottawa, Toronto, Waterloo, and Hamilton in accepting a Silver designation—no municipality has yet attained Gold.
The Share the Road Cycling Coalition, an Ontario-based organization promoting bicycling through advocacy, selected Pelham for its commitment to healthy lifestyles, active transportation and safe cycling.
Posted on April 09, 2013 10:00 AM
Pelham elementary school students in grades four to eight are in for a treat! The E.L. Crossley Drama Department is putting on a play to teach them about fire safety.
Saskia Holditch, Fire Prevention Officer with the Town of Pelham, approached the high school drama department to help develop an effective educational tool for elementary school students. “I wanted the message to come from a group the children looked up to so that it resonated better with them.”
To help gather inspirational stories for...
Posted on April 04, 2013 10:00 AM
Developer Fonthill Gardens Inc. (operating as the Allen Group) is poised to bring a state-of-the-art medical facility, multifaceted seniors housing complex, and various commercial, retail and food establishments to Pelham by 2015.
The proposed development in East Fonthill extends from Regional Road 20 along Rice Road to south of Merritt Road, and is owned by both the Town of Pelham and the Allen Group. In an effort to strategically utilize the Town’s 32 acres and the Allen Group’s 20 acres, Town Council...
Posted on March 27, 2013 10:00 AM
During a Special Meeting of Council on Monday, March 25, 2013, Pelham Council adopted a bold master action plan to embrace strategic and creative problem solving across the corporation.
Town staff presented debriefs on specific action plans centered on the primary goal of How Might We Improve the Quality of Life in Pelham, and illustrated how they utilized the Simplexity™ system to explore creative solutions to the following questions:
• How might we continually improve customer service and service...