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Members of the public have the option to attend either remotely via Zoom or in-person in the Council Chamber at the Civic Centre. Learn how to participate in meetings, email a written submission or request to speak.
Committee of Adjustment mainpage has general info on how to participate in virtual meetings and COA Meeting Agendas, Minutes & Staff Reports page which would provide specific meeting date information and materials.
For more information, contact the COA Secretary-Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905.477.7000 extension 4721
Don’t let fall pass you by without visiting the Markham Museum’s Applefest on September 23, from 10 AM to 4 PM.
This annual event features exhibitions, rides, games and family activities for all to enjoy. Do you love apple cider? Watch fresh apple cider being made in the historic cider mill and purchase some to take home! Of course, there will be other tasty treats to enjoy!
Save money and pre-purchase your tickets in advance for only $10.00! Buy tickets on the day-of for $14.00. Children 24 months and under get in free.
Learn more and buy your tickets at MarkhamMuseum.ca!
September 10 to 16 is Living Donation Week.
This week is about raising awareness for living organ donation, and pays tribute to the life-saving gifts of living organ donors, and the resilience of transplant recipients.
In honour of this week, the Markham Civic Centre will be lit in green.
With tens of thousands of cars on the roads in Markham every day, road safety is a big priority for us.
The City of Markham is improving road safety on Apple Creek Boulevard from Woodbine Avenue to Warden Avenue, and we are inviting you to come to our public consultation!
Join us on September 27, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM at Markham Civic Centre (Canada Room).
If you couldn’t make it to the Apple Creek Boulevard Road Safety Public Consultation in person, you could also visit our website for project updates and provide feedback at Markham.ca/AppleCreekSafety.