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:
Posted on Monday, January 18, 2021 09:58 AM
Starting February 6, 2021, in conjunction with the current on-demand Sunday service, the City of Stratford will also move to an on-demand system for its Saturday transit service.
“The Sunday On-Demand service that was launched July 5 continues to be a positive customer experience,” said Stratford Transit Manager Michael Mousley. “As a result, we will be expanding this innovative Transit service to Saturdays.” Customers will be able to schedule a ride based on their own timeframes and desired stops,...
Posted on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 10:04 PM
The City of Stratford continues to receive feedback on the proposed development and cost sharing agreement with Xinyi Canada Glass Limited.
However, given the ongoing Provincial lockdown and subsequent Provincial emergency stay-at-home order, City Council will not be making a decision on the proposal at this time. The focus on the health and safety of our citizens is our top priority.
The City will provide appropriate notice to the public when the matter is being brought forward.
Posted on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 12:27 PM
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our lives, the City of Stratford Social Services Department wants to remind residents of Stratford, St. Marys and Perth County that programs are available to provide financial assistance for arrears related to rental costs and utility costs.
These programs are available for low-income residents who are struggling to pay their rent and are at risk of eviction. If you have missed a payment or have been unable to make a payment on your primary residence for...
Posted on Friday, January 08, 2021 05:03 PM
Please be advised that the pathway on the north side of the Avon River, between Waterloo Street and Hillcrest Drive, will be closed starting Monday (Jan. 11) to allow for the replacement of the pedestrian footbridge near the intersection of James Street and William Street.
That bridge, which was built in 1970, was recommended to be replaced in a 2019 inspection report.
Construction is expected to last until mid-April, and the new bridge will be built in the same location.
During the construction...