Transportation Master Plan
Follow this link to view the Transportation Master Plan Final Report which was adopted by Council April, 2014. The Appendices for the Final Report can be found here, TMP Appendices.
This Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will guide the provision of transportation infrastructure and services in Belleville over the next 20 years. It will ensure that adequate measures are put in place to support anticipated growth and meet future mobility needs, while achieving important safety, quality of life and sustainability objectives.
The Plan will support economic development by improving accessibility and creating more travel choices, helping to promote Belleville as an attractive destination for visitors and businesses. Towards this end, the Plan as adopted by City Council is comprehensive, integrated, and multi-modal, addressing the needs of all Belleville residents both now and in the years to come.
Effective today, Saturday, March 28, 2020 Belleville Transit will be temporarily moving to On-Demand Services only. There will be no scheduled fixed-route service until further notice as we continue to work through the COVID-19 situation.
Open House to View Playground Proposals
Members of the community are invited to attend an open house at Parkdale Community Centre on April 2, 2020 from 4 to 8 p.m. The top three proposals submitted for the design construction of the playground at Parkdale Veterans Park will be showcased at this time. All are welcome.
This new, fully accessible playground has been made possible through the generous support of the Medigas Celebrity Classic.
City of Belleville Winter Parking Restrictions
Winter parking restrictions are in effect between Nov. 2 and Apr. 14 and apply to all City streets between the hours of 1 and 6 a.m. Vehicles left on the street pose an obstacle to snow-clearing activities, making it dangerous for both maintenance crews and the public. The goal is to restore safe motorist and pedestrian travel and to facilitate Fire, Ambulance and Police Department responses to emergencies. Overnight parking is also not permitted in City-owned parking lots. Motorists parking on City streets, or in a City-owned parking lot, between 1 and 6 a.m. run a high risk of having their vehicle ticketed and possibly towed. The City’s parking enforcement staff and road crews, including staff operating road and sidewalk snow plows, wish to thank motorists for their co-operation in heeding parking restrictions.
The January edition of the BELLEVILLE magazine is here! Belleville residents will receive a copy in the mail or it can be viewed here online.
31 Wallbridge Cres. Open During Construction
Please note that our Public Works Operations Centre at 31 Wallbridge Cres. is OPEN despite construction at the front of the building. Limited parking is available on the north side of the building and the front entrance is still open to the public.
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.
Please click on the link above for information on how to prepare for flood conditions.
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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