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Bring your national pride this year, as we celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday from Friday, June 30 to Sunday July 2. Enjoy free Canadian-inspired activities and entertainment all weekend long! Enjoy a range of festive activities across the City. READ MORE
City offices will be closed on Monday, July 3, 2017 to recognize the Canada Day statutory holiday. Regular hours will resume on Tueday, July 4, 2017.
The MacBain Customer Service Centre will also be closed July 1 & July 3. The Niagara Falls History Museum will be open July 1, offering free admission. Niagara Falls Transit will be following a holiday schedule.
This year will be a milestone for Canada and Niagara Falls as we mark 150 years since confederation!
We invite you to visit the Niagara Falls Canada 150 website, www.150inthefalls.com, and view a listing of events happening in the City, in honour of Canada's sesquicentennial.
Let's Talk Niagara Falls is the City's new online engagement site! It allows for the community to contribute ideas and feedback on important City matters. We want to empower you to be more active in shaping your community and future.
Register now online at letstalk.niagarafalls.ca, it only takes a few minutes!
Nominations are now open for the Summer Trillium Recognition Program - recognizing curbside landscape beautification. All nominations need to be completed online.
Deadline is Saturday, July 1, 2017 by 4:00 pm.
City staff are coming to six Operation Awesome Playgrounds to speak with the surrounding community, and present the New Playground Design.
Visit the project page on letstalk.niagarafalls.ca to see when we are coming to your neighbourhood!
Niagara Falls knows how to throw a party, and our Canada 150 Signature event will be a highlight of 150 Fun Fest in the Falls.
On Saturday August 26th, a day- long celebration of everything Canadian will take place at the Scotiabank Convention Centre, including a FREE show by Matthew Good! Read more.
The City's New Love My Neighbourhood Celebration is designed to help build a more vibrant, connected Niagara Falls. City staff will organize celebrations at three selected neighbourhood parks with the assistance of neighbourhood volunteers. Nominate your neighbourhood online now.
Recent concerns claim door to door salespeople selling water filtration equipment or requesting an inspection of your water lines –indicating they are working in conjunction with the City or the Province. View more.
New Updates Added: The Ontario Ministry of Transportation will be rehabilitating sections of Highway 420 QEW interchanges in Niagara Falls over the next two years.
Closures will vary from week to week. View a list of upcoming road closures.