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Youth Leadership Conference happening on May 19, 2015 at Brock University

MYAC Youth Leadership Conference

The Mayor’s Youth Advisory Committee is pleased to offer their first Youth Leadership Conference at Brock University on Tuesday, May 19th. Participants have 19 amazing sessions to choose from. The conference is being offered for the low cost of $20 including lunch. Bursaries and assistance with transportation are available upon request. For more information visit the MYAC events page.

Red Bull Wings for Life

Road Closures for Wings For Life World Run on May 3, 2015

Please be advised of the following City road closures on May 3, 2015 for the Wings For Life World Run:

- Murray Street eastbound (downbound lane) will be closed between Skylon Tower Entrance and Niagara Parkway between 6am – 9am

- Macklem Street between Niagara Parkway and Portage Road will be closed between 6am -9am

- Weightman Bridge northbound curb lane will be closed between 6am – 9am.

Jim Diodati superimposed on an old television set

Spring Cleaning around the City

Watch this episode of "Getting' Chatty with Mayor Diodati" as the mayor takes to the streets to show us Spring maintenance, clean-up highlights and to hear staff’s tips on how you can get involved.

Water tap in a kitchen

Water Filter Sales in Niagara

Please be advised that the City of Niagara Falls does not perform unannounced inspections of water meters in homes or businesses. For more information about recent sales people in Niagara, visit the Water Filtration Company page.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Required In All Homes By April 15, 2015

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Required In All Homes By April 15, 2015

Recent changes to Provincial legislation affect carbon monoxide (CO) regulation for homeowners, making CO detectors mandatory in most homes. If you have a fuel burning appliance, a fireplace, or an attached garage, you will be required to have a CO alarm installed adjacent to each sleeping area by April 15, 2015. For more information, visit The Ministry of Community Safety page

May 2, 2015: Spring Community Clean Sweep

May 2, 2015: Spring Community Clean Sweep

The Community Clean Sweep Day event brings volunteers together who collectively help to clean our City of debris. Twice each year, volunteers scatter throughout parks, trails, walkways and main street boulevards with recycling and garbage bags, collecting litter to enhance our city’s environmentVOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Learn more about Community Clean Sweep Day and how you can get involved!

Overnight Parking

New Overnight Parking Online Feature!

Should you need to park a vehicle on the street overnight for one or two nights due to driveway repairs, visitors or other events, you can now do so online! Simply fill in the online form at and it will be sent to our parking control officers. Please note that some restrictions apply.View the new overnight parking online feature now

Report a Pothole

Report a Pothole

Did you find a pothole on a City street?

Please click here to report it Or call 905-356-1355.

City of Niagara Falls Transit Services Has Moved

Transit Services Has Moved to its New Location!

Effective March 30th, Niagara Falls Transit and WEGO are now operating from its new location at 8208 Heartland Forest Road.

Passengers can purchase and reload their iRide cards at City Hall and the MacBain Community Centre.

Please direct your questions to our office at 905-356-1179. View more information about the move.

Spring photo contest on now

Spring Twitter Photo Contest On Now

A new Twitter contest is now running for spring! Using the hashtag #SIGNSOFSPRINGNF , submit your photos via twitter to us @NiagaraFalls, capturing any signs of spring you may see throughout the City! The contest will run until May 31, 2015! Follow us on Twitter The winning photo will receive 1 hour of Ice Time at the Gale Centre!