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November 2018
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Council Minutes

For a quick overview of Council discussions and decisions from each Council meeting please check out the Council Minutes on our website.
Upcoming City Council Meetings

Snow Angels Volunteer Snow Removal Program

Snow on sidewalks is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility. It also makes it difficult, if not impossible, for those who deliver services to the community to do their job - people who deliver mail, read water/gas meters, delivery services, EMS and fire.

That's why the City of Windsor offers the Snow Angels Program, a voluntary snow removal service for senior citizens and persons with physical disabilities. The program attempts to match volunteers from the community with residents in their neighbourhoods requiring assistance.

For volunteers, it's a great way to get some exercise and help your community! For high school students, it's an opportunity to help someone in need and round out your Community Volunteer Hours. For residents, it's a great way to access timely snow removal assistance.

If you want to volunteer or are looking for some assistance with snow removal at your home, don't wait. Call or email today to find out more about the Snow Angels Program.

Volunteer Prize Draw

  • As an added incentive, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet .  In addition, two $50 Rec Express Cards will be awarded as well.
Phone: 311

Second Round of Public Engagement for Walk Wheel Windsor

The City of Windsor is proud to announce the launch of the second round of public engagement for Walk Wheel Windsor, the City’s new Active Transportation Master Plan. The Plan will set the foundation for developing well-connected, attractive active transportation networks that are safe, convenient and user-friendly, no matter what mode of transportation people use. It will include a vision along with policies and actions to guide the development of safe and attractive active transportation options for people of all ages and abilities.

Over the next four weeks, the City will be gathering feedback from residents on the strategies and actions being considered in the draft plan, as well as concepts being considered for the bicycle, sidewalk and transit amenity networks. As part of this second round of public engagement, community roadshows will be held at the following locations:

Monday, November 19
Windsor International Aquatic Centre
401 Pitt Street West
Tuesday, November 20
Forest Glade Recreation Centre
3215 Forest Glade Drive

An online survey, available in interactive and accessible formats, is also available on the project website until December 14, 2018.

The benefits to cities that enable routine engagement in active transportation are vast, from improvements to public health, safety, and economic development, to reduction in carbon emissions. Children and youth who walk or ride their bike to schools have lower levels of ADHD and anxiety as well as higher levels of academic achievement. Older adults who engage in active transportation report lower levels of social isolation and are less susceptible to a variety of illnesses like diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Regardless of age or ability, safe and accessible active transportation options benefit all Windsorites.

Officially launched in April of 2018, the Walk Wheel Windsor team has undertaken a robust public engagement process, connecting with more than 4,000 residents on what the future of walking, biking and transit should look like.

For more information on the Walk Wheel Windsor process or to get involved, please visit

Bruce Avenue Park Re-Development Open House

The City of Windsor invites you to attend an open house on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, to discuss future improvements to Bruce Avenue Park. This is the second open house and plans for the park will be discussed based on community comments received to date.

Bruce Ave Park Open House
Windsor Public Library 850 Ouellette Avenue
Wednesday November 21, 2018
5:00pm to 7:00pm

The City is planning to re-develop the 2.91 acre neighbourhood park located between Bruce Avenue and Church Streets in Ward 3. City Staff will be on hand to share information and discuss ideas.

Mike Clement
Manager Parks and Development
City of Windsor
519-253-2300 ext. 2736

Museum Windsor - What is this?

A sherd from a clay plate salvaged from the wreck of the steamer E K Collins. The Collins was travelling from Sault Ste. Marie to Cleveland on October 8, 1854, when she was found to be on fire just off the shore of Amherstburg. Twenty one lives were lost. 

The ship had been built in 1853 in Marine City, Michigan and was owned by E. B. & S Ward’s Steamers. 1957.6.3.1 
The City of Windsor conducts surveys as a means of soliciting ideas and opinions from residents so we can better serve the community as a whole.  Check back often to see if a new survey is ready for your input.

Have you heard about our amazing 311 service? 

Click here for more information!
Check out the latest Activity Guide online at or visit one of our many Customer Care Centres to pick up a copy. Register for adult, parent & tot, pre-school, and youth classes today!
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