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Slow Descent of Water Levels Predicted Throughout Summer

Posted: June 21, 2019

The City of Belleville Emergency Management Program committee was pleased to learn from Dave Eastcott, Quinte Conservation, that for the first time in months, more water is leaving Lake Ontario than is entering it. As a result, the lake has gone down two centimetres...


Resolution Recommends City Join Other Municipalities in Requesting Plan 2014 Investigation

Posted: June 20, 2019

This year  Bay of Quinte flood water levels exceeded levels experienced along the Belleville shoreline in 2017 which were deemed at a 100-year...


Residents Can Now Provide Input on Stanley Park Playground Design

Posted: June 20, 2019

The City of Belleville is currently in the pre-design stage for a new playground in Stanley Park (16 Edgehill Rd.) and is now collecting residents’...


Wind Surges Primary Concern along Waterfront this Weekend

Posted: June 14, 2019

The City of Belleville Emergency Management Program committee met this morning to receive lakefront water level updates from Quinte Conservation....



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Construction of the New Catharine Street Pedestrian Bridge has Been Delayed
Efforts are continuing on obtaining the necessary Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) authorizations for the project. Water levels in the Moira River at the bridge site have continued to rise with the rising Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario water levels.


Public Information Centre

Monday, June 3, 2019

Regarding Municipal Comprehensive Review


Update:

All Phases of the City Centre Reconstruction and Redevelopment Project have been substantially completed. However, there remain some unfinished items from last year and some repairs to be done on previous work. The general contractor for this project, Len Corcoran Excavating Ltd. (LCE) will begin this work on May 2nd.

What to Expect during Activities:

The work will include installation of trees and landscaping, completion of traffic signal works at Front Street and Dundas Street, repairs to roadways and sidewalks. You may experience vibrations, noise, and dust from work crews and other construction related equipment and activities.

There will be work in isolated locations on both sidewalks and roadways therefore traffic detours and diversions will occur. Flaggers will be onsite when necessary to direct traffic. Business and local resident access will be maintained at all times.

When-Work Hours:

LCE and their subcontractors will be on site starting in May to complete this work on both sidewalks and roadways during normal business hours. It is expected this work will require six (6) to eight (8) weeks to complete.

Where:

The work will take place throughout the downtown area between Station Street and Dundas Street, including side streets (Victoria Ave., Campbell St., Bridge St., McAnnany St., and Market St.).

We appreciate the public’s patience as these works are being performed.

For more information:

Engineering & Development Services

Angela Forestell

Administrative Assistant

Tel: 613-967-3200 ext. 3542

Email: aforestell@belleville.ca
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Due to high water levels, a portion of the road near the South George Street boat launch has been closed. City staff will continue to monitor the situation.


Please click on the link above for information on how to prepare for flood conditions.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all property owners in accordance with the Weed Control Act, R.S.O, 1990, c.W5 (Act) every person in possession of land shall destroy all noxious weeds growing on their lands within the Municipality of Belleville by June 15, 2019 and throughout the season. Upon unsuccessful notification of 15 days the Municipality may enter upon said lands and cause the noxious weed or weed seeds to be destroyed, charging the costs against the land in taxes as set out in the Act.
A complete listing of noxious weeds is available at:
http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/crops/facts/noxious_weeds.htm
Enquiries and complaints should be directed to The City of Belleville, Transportation and Operations Services, Parks and Open Spaces.
Tele: 613.967.0036
Email: weeds@city.belleville.on.ca
Link: http://belleville.ca/problem-reporting


The newest edition of the BELLEVILLE magazine has arrived. Belleville residents will receive a copy in the mail. In addition to the mailed magazines there will be an online copy at http://belleville.ca/city-hall/page/belleville-magazine and additional hard copies at City Hall, Belleville Library, Belleville Chamber of Commerce and the QSWC.


Special thanks to Park & Ride Game Day Shuttle Service sponsors: Quinte Mall , Belleville Senators , Parkside Landscaping, Toppers Pizza, Best Western Hotel Belleville, Shoeless Joes Belleville & O’Brien Tree Service. We’re excited to add 3rd route stop at entrance to Bell Tower Plaza on Bell Blvd, east of N Front St.


The City of  Belleville is pleased to offer Pingstreet to its residents and visitors, giving them real-time access to current services and information within the City directly through your mobile device.

This location-based discovery tool provides real-time access to transit, garbage and recycling calendars, news, current events, road closures and more.


Emergencies can strike anywhere, at any time - be prepared—by having a plan, assembling a survival kit, and by staying informed.

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