City of Burlington Community Calendar


Feb 26

Love My Playground - Survey

The City of Burlington will be replacing 13 playgrounds over the next two years and is encouraging families who use these playgrounds to complete a survey to pick the features they like the most.

The online survey is available at getinvolvedburlington.ca/lovemyplayground until March 26, 2021.

Playgrounds are an important part of the park experience and provide free physical and creative activities for children and their families. Playgrounds are designed to challenge and stimulate all children, of all abilities. Accessible outdoor play spaces allow for all children to play together, increasing understanding and inclusion.

Playgrounds to be replaced in 2022-2023 are:

  1. Bridgeview Park
  2. Emerson Park
  3. Fairchild Park
  4. Florence Meares Public School
  5. Lakeshore Public School
  6. Lampman Park
  7. Longmoor Park
  8. Pauline Johnson Public School
  9. Peart Park
  10. Pineland Public School
  11. Rolling Meadows Public School
  12. Taywood Park
  13. Tuck Park

For more information about this project, visit burlington.ca/lovemyplayground.




Feb 26

Love My Playground - Survey

The City of Burlington will be replacing 13 playgrounds over the next two years and is encouraging families who use these playgrounds to complete a survey to pick the features they like the most.

The online survey is available at getinvolvedburlington.ca/lovemyplayground until March 26, 2021.

Playgrounds are an important part of the park experience and provide free physical and creative activities for children and their families. Playgrounds are designed to challenge and stimulate all children, of all abilities. Accessible outdoor play spaces allow for all children to play together, increasing understanding and inclusion.

Playgrounds to be replaced in 2022-2023 are:

  1. Bridgeview Park
  2. Emerson Park
  3. Fairchild Park
  4. Florence Meares Public School
  5. Lakeshore Public School
  6. Lampman Park
  7. Longmoor Park
  8. Pauline Johnson Public School
  9. Peart Park
  10. Pineland Public School
  11. Rolling Meadows Public School
  12. Taywood Park
  13. Tuck Park

For more information about this project, visit burlington.ca/lovemyplayground.




Mar 01

2021 New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K

Ontario's Premier Race Event, The New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K are going virtual in 2021!

Run or walk your choice of event anytime between March 1st and March 31st, 2021. New this year - everyone registering for the 2021 New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K will receive a New Balance technical shirt!

For 2021 (in addition to having your race kit shipped to you), you will have the option of picking up your race kit at select Running Room locations across Canada!

For more details and to register, please visit: https://www.chillyhalfmarathon.ca/site-chilly/Chilly_Half.html




Mar 01

2021 New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K

Ontario's Premier Race Event, The New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K are going virtual in 2021!

Run or walk your choice of event anytime between March 1st and March 31st, 2021. New this year - everyone registering for the 2021 New Balance Chilly Half Marathon, Frigid 10K and Frosty 5K will receive a New Balance technical shirt!

For 2021 (in addition to having your race kit shipped to you), you will have the option of picking up your race kit at select Running Room locations across Canada!

For more details and to register, please visit: https://www.chillyhalfmarathon.ca/site-chilly/Chilly_Half.html




Mar 03

Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video is expected to be posted within 24 hours. To verify information contact the clerks department at clerks@burlington.ca.


Mar 03

Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video is expected to be posted within 24 hours. To verify information contact the clerks department at clerks@burlington.ca.


Mar 03

Taste of Burlington Winter #TakeOuttoHelpOut Program

Enjoy great take-out specials as 45+ restaurants in Burlington offer great menu items and pricing. Tag @TasteofBurl in your pics and #TakeouttoHelpOut for your chance to win restaurant gift cards!


Mar 03

Taste of Burlington Winter #TakeOuttoHelpOut Program

Enjoy great take-out specials as 45+ restaurants in Burlington offer great menu items and pricing. Tag @TasteofBurl in your pics and #TakeouttoHelpOut for your chance to win restaurant gift cards!


Mar 03

Special Meeting of Council - Following Corporate Services, Strategy Risk and Accountability

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled as required, Special Meetings of Council are not scheduled in accordance with the approved calendar of meetings for the year. These meetings are held to deal with time sensitive or emergency situations. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.


Mar 03

Special Meeting of Council - Following Corporate Services, Strategy Risk and Accountability

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled as required, Special Meetings of Council are not scheduled in accordance with the approved calendar of meetings for the year. These meetings are held to deal with time sensitive or emergency situations. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.


Mar 03

Burlington Mundialization Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

The Burlington Mundialization Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. In 1984, a Mundialization Committee of volunteer citizens was formed in Burlington to pursue twinning with another country. A by-law was passed in 1985 to declare Burlington a "World Community" dedicated to international co-operation (mundialization) and that the City of Burlington, as part of its Mundialization program, proceed: (a) to undertake a twinning program with a municipality in another country, and (b) to fly the United Nations flag with the Canadian flag from City Hall at all times. On May 12, 1989, Mayor Bird signed a twinning agreement with Mayor Kurihara of Itabashi, Japan. On May 6, 2005, Mayor MacIsaac signed a twinning agreement with Mayor de Graaf of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/mund. Please note this Committee meeting is not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Mar 03

Burlington Mundialization Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

The Burlington Mundialization Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. In 1984, a Mundialization Committee of volunteer citizens was formed in Burlington to pursue twinning with another country. A by-law was passed in 1985 to declare Burlington a "World Community" dedicated to international co-operation (mundialization) and that the City of Burlington, as part of its Mundialization program, proceed: (a) to undertake a twinning program with a municipality in another country, and (b) to fly the United Nations flag with the Canadian flag from City Hall at all times. On May 12, 1989, Mayor Bird signed a twinning agreement with Mayor Kurihara of Itabashi, Japan. On May 6, 2005, Mayor MacIsaac signed a twinning agreement with Mayor de Graaf of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/mund. Please note this Committee meeting is not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Mar 04

Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video is expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Thursdays at 9:30 a.m., the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the capital works; recreation services; roads, parks and forestry; and fire departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at clerks@burlington.ca.


Mar 04

Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video is expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Thursdays at 9:30 a.m., the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the capital works; recreation services; roads, parks and forestry; and fire departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at clerks@burlington.ca.


Mar 08

Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Virtual Panel Discussion

Join Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation in celebrating International Women’s Day with our 3rd Annual Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Virtual Panel Discussion.

COVID-19 has and will continue to shape our daily lives. We look forward to presenting a discussion about the opportunities and challenges unique to women and shining a light on the critical role of women’s leadership, participation and philanthropy. There will be opportunities to engage with our panel of business and thought leaders, ask questions and offer comments throughout this virtual event.

Registration is free, but guests are invited to make a donation to Nina’s Place, Halton’s regional sexual assault and domestic violence care centre for women, located at JBH. TD Bank Group will very generously match all donations up to $20,000.

Register today!


Mar 08

Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Virtual Panel Discussion

Join Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation in celebrating International Women’s Day with our 3rd Annual Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Virtual Panel Discussion.

COVID-19 has and will continue to shape our daily lives. We look forward to presenting a discussion about the opportunities and challenges unique to women and shining a light on the critical role of women’s leadership, participation and philanthropy. There will be opportunities to engage with our panel of business and thought leaders, ask questions and offer comments throughout this virtual event.

Registration is free, but guests are invited to make a donation to Nina’s Place, Halton’s regional sexual assault and domestic violence care centre for women, located at JBH. TD Bank Group will very generously match all donations up to $20,000.

Register today!


Mar 08

Housing Strategy Launch Event

Join the kick off for the Housing Strategy project!

The launch will be hosted by City Staff and will feature a panel of experts from a variety of sectors in Halton to share the work they do every day in housing and the challenges they face. There will be an introductory presentation from Ted Hildebrandt of Community Development Halton about the state of Housing in Burlington, followed by a discussion period where community members and stakeholders can provide their input, voice concerns and share their experiences.

The Burlington Housing Strategy Project Launch is an initial engagement opportunity intended to introduce the Housing Strategy project to residents and stakeholders. The Project Launch will seek input on how the community would like to collaborate on the Housing Strategy and to provide residents and stakeholders with an opportunity to share their experiences accessing and/or providing housing in Burlington.

Join the Zoom event by clicking here



Mar 08

Housing Strategy Launch Event

Join the kick off for the Housing Strategy project!

The launch will be hosted by City Staff and will feature a panel of experts from a variety of sectors in Halton to share the work they do every day in housing and the challenges they face. There will be an introductory presentation from Ted Hildebrandt of Community Development Halton about the state of Housing in Burlington, followed by a discussion period where community members and stakeholders can provide their input, voice concerns and share their experiences.

The Burlington Housing Strategy Project Launch is an initial engagement opportunity intended to introduce the Housing Strategy project to residents and stakeholders. The Project Launch will seek input on how the community would like to collaborate on the Housing Strategy and to provide residents and stakeholders with an opportunity to share their experiences accessing and/or providing housing in Burlington.

Join the Zoom event by clicking here



Mar 09

Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website.

Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held.

It is recommended that delegates include their intended remarks, which will be circulated to all members of the standing committee in advance, as a backup to any disruptions in technology issues that may occur. 

You should be aware that your notes are MADE PUBLIC. They are distributed to members of the standing committee and to meeting attendees, as well as being attached to the minutes posted on the city’s website.

If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.


Mar 09

Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website.

Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held.

It is recommended that delegates include their intended remarks, which will be circulated to all members of the standing committee in advance, as a backup to any disruptions in technology issues that may occur. 

You should be aware that your notes are MADE PUBLIC. They are distributed to members of the standing committee and to meeting attendees, as well as being attached to the minutes posted on the city’s website.

If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.


Mar 09

Anti-isolation Forum - Virtual

Q and A with Heather Martyn from the Burlington Public Library. Discussing the services offered during this time of isolation.  It is more then just books.

Note: the event is being recorded and will be available for viewing on the Accessibility Advisory Committee webpage on the City of Burlington website after the meeting.

The event is virtual and will require the following Zoom code:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/95042005909?pwd=c1BJakU5UHpjUTNPckIxS0VlZ21Xdz09



Mar 09

Anti-isolation Forum - Virtual

Q and A with Heather Martyn from the Burlington Public Library. Discussing the services offered during this time of isolation.  It is more then just books.

Note: the event is being recorded and will be available for viewing on the Accessibility Advisory Committee webpage on the City of Burlington website after the meeting.

The event is virtual and will require the following Zoom code:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/95042005909?pwd=c1BJakU5UHpjUTNPckIxS0VlZ21Xdz09



Mar 10

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Mar 10

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Mar 10

Burlington Horticulture Meeting with Speaker

Richard Aaron - Naturalist will speak on The Intriguing Lives of Spring Wildflowers.

Join us on Wed March 10 at 7 pm. For a Zoom link please email: burlhortsoc@gmail.com


Mar 10

Ward 5 Burlington & Ward 1 Oakville Community Coyote Virtual Meeting

Join the Burlington Ward 5 & Oakville Ward 1 Community Coyote Meeting

Councillor Paul Sharman is co-hosting a virtual meeting with Councillor Sean O’Meara, Oakville Town Councillor for Ward 1 on Wednesday, March 10 from 7:00-9:00 pm. We are bringing together many knowledgeable experts on wildlife to answer your questions. We are interested in hearing your concerns and developing solutions together to better protect your pets.

On the agenda:

  • Introductions
  • Brief presentation by Coyote Watch
  • Questions from the audience

Please join us! Pre-register at: https://bit.ly/2ZNFIPI. Once you pre-register, a link to the meeting will be sent to you.

Submit questions in advance before March 5 to paul.sharman@burlington.ca.




Mar 10

Burlington Horticulture Meeting with Speaker

Richard Aaron - Naturalist will speak on The Intriguing Lives of Spring Wildflowers.

Join us on Wed March 10 at 7 pm. For a Zoom link please email: burlhortsoc@gmail.com


Mar 10

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on issues related to the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage and to promote community awareness and understanding of Burlington's cultural heritage. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/heritageburlington.  Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video


Mar 10

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on issues related to the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage and to promote community awareness and understanding of Burlington's cultural heritage. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/heritageburlington.  Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video


Mar 11

Public Information Centre (PIC) - Street Improvements and Watermain replacement in the Mount Forest Drive

The City of Burlington will be making improvements to the Mount Forest Drive area in 2021. This work will include minor road reconstruction and watermain replacement on the roadways shown on the map attached.

Online Public Information Centre

Due to the ongoing Public Health Emergency related to COVID-19, an Online Public Information Centre (PIC) will be available to the public to provide input on this project. This PIC will provide information regarding project scope, scheduling, traffic impacts and to discuss any construction disruptions from the work.

The PIC webinar will be held online:

Date: March 11, 2021

Time: 6:30 to 7.30 p.m.

How to Participate:

Step 1: Visit Burlington.ca/Mountforest by using your computer or mobile device.

Step 2: Click on the Zoom Meeting link.

Step 3: Enter Passcode: Hsd3ky OR Dial by telephone: +1 778 907 2071 Webinar ID: 945 0029 4849 Passcode: 764353

The City is committed to informing and engaging the public on this project. We are interested in hearing any comments or concerns you may have. Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Except for personal information, all comments will be become part of the public record.


Mar 11

Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

Established in 1994, the Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (BAAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. The BAAC provides advice on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with disabilities in the municipality's by-laws, policies, programs and services. The BAAC works in partnership with the City to create the Multi-Year Corporate Accessibility Plan and advises the City on accessibility issues, not only to help remove existing barriers but also to prevent new barriers from being created. It provides input to staff and Council about matters of accessibility. All site plans submitted to the City, including those of the private sector, are reviewed by the BAAC to make sure accessibility is considered before a building is constructed or modified. Members are available to speak to your organization about accessibility, welcoming people with disabilities into your workplace or business, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and its regulations. The Committee is a requirement by law through the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/accessibility. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Mar 12

Burlington Inclusivity Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

The Burlington Inclusivity  Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee. The committee provides a monitoring and measuring role to help ensure that the City applies an inclusion lens to its policies, services and programs. Our mission is to embrace diversity by providing opportunities for all members of the community that reflect the ideals of acceptance, accommodation and respect. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/inclusivity. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Mar 12

An Evening at the Brant Inn

In the 1940s and ‘50s, Burlington’s very own Brant Inn was host to some of the most famous entertainers in the world. Join us for “An Evening at the Brant Inn” for a joyful glimpse into our past.

Your ticket includes a take-out dinner prepared by Pepperwood Bistro Brewery & Catering, dessert from COBS Bread Headon Forest, beverage by Nickel Brook Brewing Co., dance lesson and demonstration by danceScape via Zoom, and live musical entertainment broadcast from the Joseph Brant Museum.

Order by March 5 for pick up on March 12 from Joseph Brant Museum between 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Tune in from home from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm for your evening entertainment. Regular price, $55/person, ($49.50 for Museum members), includes tax. 



Mar 15

Virtual Visits | March Break

Virtual Visits are weekly one hour Zoom sessions featuring live instruction by a Museum Educator who will guide a series of creative, fun, hands-on activities that relate to a theme. Programs are designed for children aged 8-12, parental supervision is recommended.

This program is 5 days in duration and takes place from March 15-19. We offer a choice of two time slots, mornings from 11am to 12pm and afternoons from 2pm to 3pm.

Activities include cooking, painting and crafting all week long!

C**** ***e to download the daily itinerary.

Cost: $40

Reserve a spot here >> https://museumsofburlington.checkfront.com/reserve/?item_id=267



Mar 17

Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

The Burlington Sustainable Development Committee is an advisory committee of Burlington Council. Our role in the community is to promote the principles and objectives of Sustainable Development and to advise and assist City staff and Council members on these issues. We do this by reviewing and commenting on land use policies and development applications, researching sustainable development issues and preparing position papers, and by participating in and hosting special sustainability events. The members of the Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee are volunteer citizens who have been appointed by Council to advise on issues that relate to sustainable development. During the day, we are, or have been, architects, biologists, business people, developers, engineers, musicians, planners, stay-at-home parents, university students and more. Our common ground is our passion to minimize impacts on the environment and the belief that the City of Burlington is a great place to live, work and play. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Mar 17

Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

The Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on Burlington's agricultural and rural goals, objectives and policies; and to raise community awareness and understanding of agricultural and rural issues as they relate to the city and its activities. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video.


Mar 18

Public Information Centre (PIC) - Street Improvements and Streetlight Upgrades in the Glastonbury Road Area

The City of Burlington will be making improvements to the Glastonbury Road area in 2021. This work will include minor road reconstruction and streetlight upgrades on the roadways shown on the map attached.

Online Public Information Centre

Due to the ongoing Public Health Emergency related to COVID-19, an Online Public Information Centre (PIC) will be available to the public to provide input on this project. This PIC will provide information regarding project scope, scheduling, traffic impacts and to discuss any construction disruptions from the work.

The PIC webinar will be held online:

Date: March 18, 2021

Time: 6:30 to 7.30 p.m.

How to Participate:

Step 1: Visit Burlington.ca/Glastonbury by using your computer or mobile device.

Step 2: Click on the Zoom Meeting link.

Step 3: Enter Passcode: 5ghiud OR Dial by telephone: +1 778 907 2071 Webinar ID: 913 7708 1119 Passcode: 536432

The City is committed to informing and engaging the public on this project. We are interested in hearing any comments or concerns you may have. Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Except for personal information, all comments will be become part of the public record.



Mar 22

Council Workshop

Due to COVID-19 this workshop will be conducted as a virtual workshop. Only the chair of the workshop, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff and members of council participating remotely. The workshop will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Council Workshop meets when time is required for training, discussions with other levels of government and outside agencies, workshops on complex matters, and strategic planning. Delegations are not permitted at Council Workshops.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video is expected to be posted within 24 hours. To verify information contact the clerks department at clerks@burlington.ca.


Mar 23

Regular Meeting of Council

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the Mayor, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live web casted, as usual, and archived on the city website.
Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. Your comments will be circulated to Council members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting Video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m., Council meetings are where the final approval takes place of items that went to the meetings of the Environment, Infrastructure & Community Services, Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility, Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk & Accountability and Audit Committee. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk by email at clerks@burlington.ca or at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698. Note: Special meetings of Council may be scheduled as required.


Mar 23

Join The Burlington Youth Student Council

Give your feedback and ideas on upcoming City projects!  Be the connection between the City & your school!

Join the virtual meetings on the following dates and times by clicking the meeting links found on the Burlington Youth Student Council page here: www.getinvolvedburlington.ca/bysc



    Mar 29

    Burlington Seniors' Advisory Committee

    Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. Email clerks@burlington.ca for the Zoom codes if you wish to attend an upcoming meeting.

    The Burlington Seniors' Advisory Committee (BSAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. BSAC represents Burlington seniors' perspectives on municipal and other key seniors' issues, for example: transportation, isolation, affordability, parks and recreation services, geographical service delivery. BSAC provides a voice for Burlington seniors, exchanging information about current issues and emerging concerns and provides input to city staff as requested and to the Halton Region's Older Adult Advisory Committee (OAAC) on an ongoing basis. BSAC responds to seniors' community needs and creates and executes an annual work plan, which may include: hosting seniors' discussion forums, supporting strategic planning for development of local seniors' services, public information. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/bsac. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


    Apr 02

    Good Friday Blood Donation Event

    Give back by making a lifesaving difference for patients in need this Good Friday. Donate blood on April 2 at the Burlington Donor Centre (1250 Brant St) open 8am-12pm by appointment only. Book online today at blood.ca or call 1-888-2DONATE!



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