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Posted on Tuesday, July 05, 2022 01:59 PM
The City of Thunder Bay has activated two more pedestrian crossovers - located at Shuniah Street and Huron Avenue, and at Edward Street and Isabella Street - bringing the total number of pedestrian crossovers in Thunder Bay to 17.
Pedestrian crossovers make it easy, safe and convenient for people to cross the street. Drivers and cyclists at pedestrian crossover locations must stop when a pedestrian is waiting to cross and the crossover lights start flashing. Drivers and cyclists must not enter the...
Posted on Thursday, June 30, 2022 08:33 AM
The City of Thunder Bay is happy to announce the upcoming, FREE activities and entertainment for Canada Day this year, presented by Ontario Power Generation, on Monday, July 1, at Marina Park.
With community events happening over the entire summer, the fireworks will not be taking place on July 1, but at a Live on the Waterfront event at the end of August.
Since early 2021, there has been an ongoing re-envisioning of Canada Day on the Waterfront to reflect and recognize that Canada Day means something...
Posted on Friday, June 24, 2022 12:19 PM
Residents in the River Terrace area may experience lower water pressure, specifically during peak demand times due to a watermain leak.
City Crews are currently working to address the issue.
If residents in the area have any questions or concerns, or experience any water quality issues, they are asked to contact Infrastructure & Operations Dispatch at 625-2195.
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Contact: David Warwick, Superintendent – WD/WWC Operations & Maintenance,...
Posted on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 10:33 AM
As the City of Thunder Bay prepares for its 2023 budget year ahead, it is gathering input from citizens to help inform Council’s decision making.
The 2023 City budget impacts the programs and services delivered by the City. The budget determines what resident tax dollars will, and will not fund. Feedback is important to help set a budget that reflects the needs of the community.
Residents are encouraged to get involved and have their say through a pre-budget survey available from June 22 – July 20....
Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 04:51 PM
The City of Thunder Bay is pleased to invite the community to the inaugural Maamawe Summer Festival & Showcase on Saturday, June 25, 12 pm – 9 pm, at Marina Park. The Festival promotes inclusion, diversity and the well-being of all community members as well as those visiting our region. The Maamawe Summer Festival & Showcase will feature local talent while highlighting the contributions of Indigenous artists in our community.
“The goal is to bring the community together in a good way,” said...