Posted on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 09:08 AM
The City of Stratford's Social Services Department is co-ordinating income tax clinics for low income individuals/couples.
To participate, you must have an annual income of $18,000 or less for individuals or $28,000 or less for couples. Disability income received should be included in you total gross income. Please ensure you are within these limits, and note that only current year tax returns can be completed.
You must register in advance by Friday, March 12, 2021 by contacting the Social Services...
Posted on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 10:09 AM
Now that the Ontario government’s Stay-at-Home order has been lifted, the City of Stratford is working toward safely re-opening its facilities to the public, starting this week.
City Hall will re-open to the public on a limited basis, starting today (Wednesday, February 17) at noon, for those who want to make a tax payment in person. Please enter by the rear door. The Clerk’s Office will remain closed at this time, but services will still be available online and by calling 519-271-0250...
Posted on Friday, January 29, 2021 12:07 PM
The City of Stratford is planning to reconstruct Argyle and McKenzie Streets from St. David Street to Cambria Street starting this spring, in order to improve water, sewer and road infrastructure.
Because of the provincial lockdown, we are unable to hold an in-person Public Information Session for this project.
Instead, we are providing an electronic Public Information Session through our website, with more detailed information about the project, and links for residents to provide questions...
Posted on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 04:18 PM
On the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 27, the City of Stratford was made aware of an incident in which an individual fell through the ice toward the east end of the Avon River. The individual was not injured.
While we recognize the need for outdoor exercise, we urge residents to please stay off the river, even where the ice appears to be safe.
Because of fluctuating temperatures, ice thickness is unpredictable, and moving water underneath the ice – particularly near the R. Thomas Orr Dam where the...
Posted on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 05:04 PM
The City of Stratford has received a number of questions and concerns regarding heavy truck traffic on residential streets in the north end of the city.
We take these concerns seriously, and we are working on several initiatives to help ensure this type of construction traffic is properly and appropriately routed, including: