City of Burlington Community Calendar


Mar 27

BurlingtonGreen Annual Community Clean Up Green Up

Burlington’s annual Clean Up Green Up registration is now open. Sign up to participate in this popular and rewarding city-wide opportunity to safely collect litter from our communities, and you can also register to participate in various green up activities that you can do at home to help grow the local tree canopy and strengthen local biodiversity too!

BurlingtonGreen's 11th Annual Clean Up Green Up gets underway with an early start this year from Saturday, March 27th through to May 2nd, with opportunities for continued participation through to October 31, 2021. (We encourage groups to AVOID cleaning up Burlington on April 24th as there is another group organizing a city clean up, and we want to minimize the volume of people converging in parks on the same date.)

We invite you to safely gather your family, friends, social bubble, colleagues, community group or students to participate in this outdoor and physically distanced eco-action opportunity to clean up litter from Burlington’s parks, school yards, creek areas and neighbourhoods. Green Up activities encourage the removal of invasive plant species from home gardens, and the planting of native trees and pollinator plants. PLUS the dual-component annual event invites you to send along your eco-action photos, includes chances to win some great prizes, and we will be announcing some exciting FREE giveaways in the weeks ahead as well!

Visit www.burlingtongreen.org for further details and to sign up to participate!

Note: Your safety is of utmost importance - please be sure to follow Halton’s up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to ensure safe participation. Stay at home if you are unwell, wear a mask, keep 6 feet apart from others and adhere to the maximum outdoor gathering limits.

Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Burlington, and other community supporters for helping to make this impactful opportunity possible.

Together we make a difference!

cugu@burlingtongreen.org



Mar 27

BurlingtonGreen Annual Community Clean Up Green Up

Burlington’s annual Clean Up Green Up registration is now open. Sign up to participate in this popular and rewarding city-wide opportunity to safely collect litter from our communities, and you can also register to participate in various green up activities that you can do at home to help grow the local tree canopy and strengthen local biodiversity too!

BurlingtonGreen's 11th Annual Clean Up Green Up gets underway with an early start this year from Saturday, March 27th through to May 2nd, with opportunities for continued participation through to October 31, 2021. (We encourage groups to AVOID cleaning up Burlington on April 24th as there is another group organizing a city clean up, and we want to minimize the volume of people converging in parks on the same date.)

We invite you to safely gather your family, friends, social bubble, colleagues, community group or students to participate in this outdoor and physically distanced eco-action opportunity to clean up litter from Burlington’s parks, school yards, creek areas and neighbourhoods. Green Up activities encourage the removal of invasive plant species from home gardens, and the planting of native trees and pollinator plants. PLUS the dual-component annual event invites you to send along your eco-action photos, includes chances to win some great prizes, and we will be announcing some exciting FREE giveaways in the weeks ahead as well!

Visit www.burlingtongreen.org for further details and to sign up to participate!

Note: Your safety is of utmost importance - please be sure to follow Halton’s up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to ensure safe participation. Stay at home if you are unwell, wear a mask, keep 6 feet apart from others and adhere to the maximum outdoor gathering limits.

Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Burlington, and other community supporters for helping to make this impactful opportunity possible.

Together we make a difference!

cugu@burlingtongreen.org



Apr 28

Together, We are Burlington - Story Telling

Share your stories of community with Together, We are Burlington

Every day in Burlington, someone does something for a friend, a stranger or their community. Many times, no one knows the action or even the impact it has. Sure, the city has some larger than life events and local personalities that are exciting, award-winning and newsworthy, but it’s the random acts of community that really build our strength, sense of belonging and defines who we are as a city.

We are asking residents to share stories of what makes you proud to be Canadian and a Burlington resident, and how we come together as a City. Tell us about how you or someone you know has made a difference or has brought people together through random acts of community; moments of kindness or through small acts that may have made a bigger impact in your life or those around you.

Go to getinvolvedburlington.ca/together  to share your story.



Apr 28

Together, We are Burlington - Story Telling

Share your stories of community with Together, We are Burlington

Every day in Burlington, someone does something for a friend, a stranger or their community. Many times, no one knows the action or even the impact it has. Sure, the city has some larger than life events and local personalities that are exciting, award-winning and newsworthy, but it’s the random acts of community that really build our strength, sense of belonging and defines who we are as a city.

We are asking residents to share stories of what makes you proud to be Canadian and a Burlington resident, and how we come together as a City. Tell us about how you or someone you know has made a difference or has brought people together through random acts of community; moments of kindness or through small acts that may have made a bigger impact in your life or those around you.

Go to getinvolvedburlington.ca/together  to share your story.



May 10

Rainbow Crosswalk Survey

Help choose the location of the City's next Rainbow Crosswalk

We want you to help us choose the location of the city’s next Rainbow Crosswalks. Our Rainbow Crosswalks are a visible way to show that our city stands with our 2SLGBTQIA+ (Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and asexual) community. It helps to send a strong message of welcome and support to everyone in our community and advance our city’s values of equity, diversity and inclusion.

We are looking for feedback for up to three locations to implement each year for the remainder of this term of council (2021 + 2022). We ask you to choose your top 6 locations through this survey, and based on the full results and community-wide feedback of the locations, the City will make plans to implement them. Locations will be chosen based on results of this survey, other community input and ensuring distribution throughout different wards across the city.  Locations that are not selected this time can be considered for future year installations.

A report will be presented to City Committee and Council in June, Pride Month, with the results of the survey and next steps.  If you'd like a paper copy mailed to you, please contact getinvolved@burlington.ca





May 10

Rainbow Crosswalk Survey

Help choose the location of the City's next Rainbow Crosswalk

We want you to help us choose the location of the city’s next Rainbow Crosswalks. Our Rainbow Crosswalks are a visible way to show that our city stands with our 2SLGBTQIA+ (Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and asexual) community. It helps to send a strong message of welcome and support to everyone in our community and advance our city’s values of equity, diversity and inclusion.

We are looking for feedback for up to three locations to implement each year for the remainder of this term of council (2021 + 2022). We ask you to choose your top 6 locations through this survey, and based on the full results and community-wide feedback of the locations, the City will make plans to implement them. Locations will be chosen based on results of this survey, other community input and ensuring distribution throughout different wards across the city.  Locations that are not selected this time can be considered for future year installations.

A report will be presented to City Committee and Council in June, Pride Month, with the results of the survey and next steps.  If you'd like a paper copy mailed to you, please contact getinvolved@burlington.ca





May 17

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.

Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca


May 17

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.

Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca


May 17

Halton Youth Impact Survey

Here’s a chance to make an IMPACT!

The Halton Youth Impact Survey has questions designed for children ages 9 to 18 years old, so we can learn about what life is like for them right now. The survey will help provide better services and help plan future programs. The survey is entirely voluntary, anonymous and will only take about 25 minutes to finish. For more information about the project and access to the survey, click on the link Halton Youth Impact Survey to help make your community a better place for children and youth! 

The survey closes on June 14, 2021.



May 17

Halton Youth Impact Survey

Here’s a chance to make an IMPACT!

The Halton Youth Impact Survey has questions designed for children ages 9 to 18 years old, so we can learn about what life is like for them right now. The survey will help provide better services and help plan future programs. The survey is entirely voluntary, anonymous and will only take about 25 minutes to finish. For more information about the project and access to the survey, click on the link Halton Youth Impact Survey to help make your community a better place for children and youth! 

The survey closes on June 14, 2021.



May 17

Integrated Transportation 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 Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee (ITAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. This advisory committee focuses on all forms of transportation in the community including pedestrian, cycling, transit and driving. The committee provides input to Council and staff on policies, initiatives and strategies affecting transportation including but not limited to: road safety, cycling, transit and integrated mobility. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/ITACPlease note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 17

Integrated Transportation 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 Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee (ITAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. This advisory committee focuses on all forms of transportation in the community including pedestrian, cycling, transit and driving. The committee provides input to Council and staff on policies, initiatives and strategies affecting transportation including but not limited to: road safety, cycling, transit and integrated mobility. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/ITACPlease note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 18

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.


May 18

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.


May 18

Burlington Cycling 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 Cycling Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The role of the committee is to advise Council on matters pertaining to cycling in the City of Burlington. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/cycling. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 18

Burlington Cycling 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 Cycling Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The role of the committee is to advise Council on matters pertaining to cycling in the City of Burlington. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/cycling. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 19

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. 


May 19

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.


May 19

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. 


May 19

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.


May 20

Burlington Downtown Parking Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. If you would like to attend, submit comments or register to speak as a delegate at this meeting, please email debbie.hordyk@burlington.ca by 12 noon the day before the meeting and you will be provided with the instructions on how to join the meeting.

The Downtown Parking Committee (DPC), an advisory Committee of Council, was created on April 28, 2003. The DPC provides comments and advice to the Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee on strategies and policies that affect the development and delivery of parking services in downtown Burlington. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 20

Burlington Downtown Parking Advisory Committee

Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public. If you would like to attend, submit comments or register to speak as a delegate at this meeting, please email debbie.hordyk@burlington.ca by 12 noon the day before the meeting and you will be provided with the instructions on how to join the meeting.

The Downtown Parking Committee (DPC), an advisory Committee of Council, was created on April 28, 2003. The DPC provides comments and advice to the Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee on strategies and policies that affect the development and delivery of parking services in downtown Burlington. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


May 21

Seed Giveaway

To celebrate spring and support everyone gardening this year, Clr. Nisan will be giving away seeds on Friday, May 21 at the Brant Hills Community Centre at 2255 Brant Street from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. and Friday, May 28 from noon to 2:00 p.m. It could be a fun activity for yourself or with kids or grandkids - these are easy plants to grow.

Please pop your trunk or roll down your window as you go through the drive-thru and pick up your seeds. Walk-ins welcome. Please enter drive-thru on Brant Street.

For more information please call 905-335-7600 ext 7459 or email Sheri Wainman at sheri.wainman@burlington.ca. In your email, please include your name, address and phone number.



May 21

Seed Giveaway

To celebrate spring and support everyone gardening this year, Clr. Nisan will be giving away seeds on Friday, May 21 at the Brant Hills Community Centre at 2255 Brant Street from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. and Friday, May 28 from noon to 2:00 p.m. It could be a fun activity for yourself or with kids or grandkids - these are easy plants to grow.

Please pop your trunk or roll down your window as you go through the drive-thru and pick up your seeds. Walk-ins welcome. Please enter drive-thru on Brant Street.

For more information please call 905-335-7600 ext 7459 or email Sheri Wainman at sheri.wainman@burlington.ca. In your email, please include your name, address and phone number.



May 24

Victoria Day Blood Donation Event

Give back by making a lifesaving difference for patients in need this Victoria Day. Donate blood on May 24 at the Burlington Donor Centre (1250 Brant St) open 3-7pm by appointment only. Make saving lives one of your most meaningful traditions. Book online today at blood.ca or call 1-888-2DONATE!


May 24

Victoria Day Blood Donation Event

Give back by making a lifesaving difference for patients in need this Victoria Day. Donate blood on May 24 at the Burlington Donor Centre (1250 Brant St) open 3-7pm by appointment only. Make saving lives one of your most meaningful traditions. Book online today at blood.ca or call 1-888-2DONATE!


May 25

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. 


May 25

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. 


May 26

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



    May 26

    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



      May 26

      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.


      May 26

      Grow Your Own Backyard Garden Presentation and Q&A

      Join Clr. Nisan for a virtual Grow Your Own Backyard Garden presentation and Q&A with Helen Stephenson, Community Garden Coordinator from Halton Environmental Network (HEN). Helen will answer your questions on gardening, both vegetables and flowers. She will also talk about the three varieties above – how to plant, grow and harvest.

      Date:  Wednesday, May 26, 2021

      Time:  7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

      Zoom Details:  https://bit.ly/3f6u1dW

      Passcode:   BL14F1

      Telephone:  647-374-4685 or 647-558-0588

      Webinar ID:   980 1584 8750  Passcode: 472191

      For more information please call 905-335-7600 ext 7459 or email Sheri Wainman at sheri.wainman@burlington.ca. In your email, please include your name, address and phone number.




      May 28

      Seed Giveaway

      To celebrate spring and support everyone gardening this year, I’ll be giving away seeds on Friday, May 21 at the Brant Hills Community Centre at 2255 Brant Street from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. and Friday, May 28 from noon to 2:00 p.m. It could be a fun activity for yourself or with kids or grandkids - these are easy plants to grow.

      Please pop your trunk or roll down your window as you go through the drive-thru and pick up your seeds. Walk-ins welcome. Please enter drive-thru on Brant Street.


      For more information please call 905-335-7600 ext 7459 or email Sheri Wainman at sheri.wainman@burlington.ca. In your email, please include your name, address and phone number.




      May 28

      Virtual Musical - Cinderella

      KooGle Theatre Company presents our virtual production of Getting to Know....Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella featuring our musical theatre students.
      Please support our small business and cheer on our students who've been working so hard over this pandemic to put together this joyous musical production.
      Showing virtually May 28 at 7pm, May 29 at 2pm and 7pm.
      Tickets are $10/person/show or $25/household/show or receive the link for all 3 show dates for $40/household.
      For tickets or more information email info@koogletheatre.com or call 905-633-8788


      Jun 02

      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. 


      Jun 07

      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 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.

      Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca

      The Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk & Accountability Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the City Manager’s Office, Office of the City Clerk, Finance, Legal Services, Information Technology Services, Human Resources, Corporate Communications and Engagement, Customer Experience and Corporate Strategy departments.


      Jun 08

      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.


      Jun 09

      Audit 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.

      Audit Committee meets to study and report to Council on matters relating to financial reporting, accounting policies and practices, risk management, internal control processes and systems, the annual financial statements, all external and internal audit matters, including selection of the external auditor, the annual audit of the city's financial statements and matters recommended by the external auditor and the internal auditor. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca


      Jun 09

      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


      Jun 10

      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 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.

      Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at clerks@burlington.ca

      The Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of engineering services, recreation, community & culture; roads, parks and forestry; and the fire department. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change.


      Jun 17

      Virtual Ward 2 Community Update

      Join Councillor Lisa Kearns through Zoom technology to hear about what's happening at City Hall and in your community. Engage on what matters to you.

      ·  COVID-19 Response
      ·  City Hall News
      ·  Ward 2 Updates
      ·  Planning & Development
      ·  Our Community
      ·  Q&A Session

      As always, everyone welcome.

      Register for this event: https://bit.ly/3op8t0H 

      If you have any questions, e-mail ward2@burlington.ca




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