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July 2021

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

City to Continue Measured Approach to Reopening

The City of Windsor is taking a measured approach to reopenings, including renewed access to municipal services and facilities, as the province moves into Step 3 of the Reopening Ontario plan.

“This has been a long hard struggle for our community, just like it has been for communities across Ontario and around the world,” said Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens.  “But we have persevered, we have adapted, and we have done what was needed to do to keep our city and our residents as safe as possible. Step 3 allows for more services and amenities to open, and the City will ramp up services and programing in the coming weeks to help keep residents safe and to respond to evolving demands for community programming.”

For more information on which municipal services are reopening, please visit citywindsor.ca.

Little River Corridor Bicycle Pump Track Officially Opens
 

 
The region’s first asphalt bicycle pump track located at 9578 Little River Boulevard features a 131 metre custom-made circuitous bicycle race track geared to adventure cyclists of all ages and skill levels. 

Ypres and Gladstone Avenues Undergo $4.6 Million in Upgrades

 
 
Reconstruction of Ypres Avenue and Gladstone Avenue began June 9, 2021, and is expected to be completed by November 30, 2021. The project will add nearly two kilometres of new road, sidewalk, streetlights and watermains. 

June 27 Miracle 2021



Mayor Drew Dilkens, Ward 5 Councillor Ed Sleiman, and City Chief Administrative Officer Jason Reynar pitched in to support the second #June27Miracle. Mayor Dilkens hosted a Facebook Live event to send thanks to the community for helping fight hunger in our community.

City Offers Several Ways to Escape the Heat


The City of Windsor wants to remind residents that there are plenty of places to cool off while the region experiences extremely hot and humid conditions. The City’s six outdoor pools are now open and residents can reserve their swim time by visiting the ActiveWindsor.ca website.

Downtown Pop-Up Vaccination Site

There was free Tim Hortons coffee, water and snacks for everyone getting vaccinated at a downtown #YQG pop-up vaccination clinic this past week. Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens toured the site and thanked Tim’s and volunteers for helping us all get past COVID-19. Be on the lookout for more pop-up vaccination sites throughout Windsor.

Museum Windsor - What is this?

Pair of leather gloves with intricate pattern of bead and quill work by unknown Indigenous artist. Unfortunately, at the time these gloves came into the museum's collection there was no provenance and we are unable to attribute them to a specific Indigenous community. It has been suggested that the design and style of beadwork is Plateau or Métis. 1961.24
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