General News 

Pavement Marking 2017

Pavement Marking 2017 The City of Peterborough Public Works Division has begun pavement marking operations to refresh all existing lines and pavement markings on City streets. All existing markings, including center, skip, bike, stop bars, school crossings and crosswalks, as well as pavement edgings will be repainted. To reduce the impact on traffic and enhance the safety of workers, crews will work Monday – Thursday nights from 8:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. Temporary lane closures will apply when crews repaint symbols, stop bars and crosswalks with regular traffic control measures in place….

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Notice of Public Open House: Charlotte Street Renewal Project

Charlotte Street Renewal Project Event date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Location: Sutherland Room, City Hall The City of Peterborough is inviting the general public to view and provide comments regarding the proposed design concept for the renewal of Charlotte Street between Aylmer Street and Water Street in the Downtown. Presentation drawings, supporting documents, a project phasing plan and a preliminary cost estimate will be available to view. A “Flexible Street” design is proposed where a system of portable bollards will be used to allow…

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General 

Accessibility Plan – Consultation Survey

The City of Peterborough is updating our current Accessibility Plan. To help inform the updates, we are seeking input from people who visit, live and work in Peterborough. If you are a person with a disability, or you care or advocate for someone with a disability, we want to hear about your experiences. Everyone is invited to participate in the survey to help set priorities and clear goals for the next phase of accessibility planning in Peterborough. The survey is online at www.peterborough.ca/AccessibilityPlanSurvey. It will be available until 4:30 p.m. on Friday…

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General News 

City of Peterborough Official Plan Update

How will our City grow, look, and function in the year 2041? The City of Peterborough is in the process of completing an update of its Official Plan, a legal document which sets the vision and direction that shapes the growth and development of the city to the year 2041. By the year 2041, the City is expected to grow to a population of 115,000 people and 58,000 jobs – an increase of about 32,000 people and 10,000 jobs from 2016. The Official Plan is being developed with input from…

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General 

Swim to Survive

Swim to Survive is a FREE drowning prevention program offered by the City of Peterborough’s waterfront lifeguards at Beavermead Beach. This program is offered to children 5 to 12 years old. This program teaches and evaluates the following basic fundamental skills necessary to survive an unexpected fall into deep water: Roll into Deep Water Tread Water for 1 Minute Swim 50 Metres The program takes place on Saturdays from July 8 to August 5 2017. Check out the Swim to Survive Flyer for class times. Registration: Call the Recreation Division at 705-742-7777 ext. 1873 (Monday…

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