2021

Residents Invited to Open Houses on Zoning By-law Amendment for LaSalle Corridor
April 30, 2021
Residents Invited to Open Houses on Zoning By-law Amendment for LaSalle Corridor

Join one of two virtual open houses to discuss the next steps in the LaSalle Boulevard Corridor Plan and Strategy (LBCPS).

Notice of Film Production on Spruce Street this Sunday
April 23, 2021
Notice of Film Production on Spruce Street this Sunday

Filming will involve a procession of vehicles, including a municipal transit bus, in the area of Eyre, Spruce, Travers and Moland Streets and Boland Avenue.

City Celebrates Earth Day and Continues Efforts to become a Net-Zero Community
April 22, 2021
City Celebrates Earth Day and Continues Efforts to become a Net-Zero Community

Thursday, April 22 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, the annual day of global environmental awareness, action and celebration. More than a billion people in 193 countries participate in Earth Day activities each year.

COVID-19 Update: City Services Affected by New Provincial Restrictions
April 20, 2021
COVID-19 Update: City Services Affected by New Provincial Restrictions

As COVID-19 cases across Ontario continue to rise at an alarming rate, the Province has implemented additional restrictions in an effort to slow the spread and relieve mounting pressures on the province’s health care system. The state of emergency and province-wide Stay-at-Home Order that were put in place on April 8 have been extended an additional two weeks, for a total of six weeks.

Council Approves Strategic Plan to Promote Local Economic Recovery
April 14, 2021
Council Approves Strategic Plan to Promote Local Economic Recovery

Greater Sudbury Council has approved a strategic plan that supports the recovery of local business, industry and organizations from the economic impacts of COVID-19.

City of Greater Sudbury Sells Meatbird Lake Park To Vale for $4 million to Support Recreational Opportunities in Walden
April 13, 2021
City of Greater Sudbury Sells Meatbird Lake Park To Vale for $4 million to Support Recreational Opportunities in Walden

City Council has agreed to the sale of Meatbird Lake Park to Vale Canada Limited for $4 million. Funds from the sale will be reinvested into the Walden community to develop new recreational opportunities and will ensure local residents have access to safe ways to play in the Lively area.

Spring Residential Tipping Fee Holiday at Local Landfill and Waste Diversion Sites
April 12, 2021
Spring Residential Tipping Fee Holiday at Local Landfill and Waste Diversion Sites

The City of Greater Sudbury would like to remind residents that residential tipping fees will be waived at all Greater Sudbury landfill and waste diversion sites from Monday, May 10, to Saturday, May 15, 2021.

Street Sweeping Underway on Municipal Roads
April 8, 2021
Street Sweeping Underway on Municipal Roads

City of Greater Sudbury crews have begun sweeping roads as well as sidewalks in high pedestrian traffic areas and in areas where runoff can affect waterways. At the end of April, operations will expand city-wide, with support from contractors Jara Sweeping and The Munro Group. Work is scheduled to be completed by mid-June, dependent on weather and the impact of COVID-19 related restrictions on operations.

Be Bear Wise As Spring Arrives
April 8, 2021
Be Bear Wise As Spring Arrives

With milder weather here, bears are making their way out of their winter dens. The potential for human-bear interactions increases in the spring when there are less natural food sources available to them. This is when food sources, such as garbage and bird feed, can draw bears into populated areas.

Greater Sudbury Small Businesses Eligible for Next Step Support Program
April 8, 2021
Greater Sudbury Small Businesses Eligible for Next Step Support Program

The City of Greater Sudbury is supporting the navigation of small businesses through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic with a new provincial program delivered through its Regional Business Centre.

City Council Approves 2021 Municipal Budget
April 6, 2021
City Council Approves 2021 Municipal Budget

Following deliberations by the Finance and Administration Committee, City Council has approved the 2021 Municipal Budget with significant investments in roads and drainage, water and wastewater, transitional housing, Pioneer Manor, information technology solutions, building renewal and fleet upgrades.

Statement from the Mayor - April 6, 2021
April 6, 2021
Statement from the Mayor - April 6, 2021

Friends and fellow residents,

 

One year ago today, after careful consideration and conversations with the Medical Officer of Health, other members of Council and local leaders, I declared a State of Emergency for Greater Sudbury.

Residents Invited to Participate in Second Junction East Project Open House
April 6, 2021
Residents Invited to Participate in Second Junction East Project Open House

The City of Greater Sudbury continues to look to the public for input in the Junction East Project, the new central Library/Art Gallery.

2021 Easter Weekend Municipal Service Schedule
April 1, 2021
2021 Easter Weekend Municipal Service Schedule

Holiday schedules will apply to municipal services from Friday, April 2 to Monday, April 5, 2021.

City Not Accepting Special Events Bookings at Municipal Facilities
March 30, 2021
City Not Accepting Special Events Bookings at Municipal Facilities

Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, applications for indoor and outdoor special events on municipal and public properties are not being accepted until further notice.

Statement from the Mayor - March 30, 2021
March 30, 2021
Statement from the Mayor - March 30, 2021

Friends and fellow residents,

Easter weekend is fast approaching and the weather feels more spring-like every day. It is a time of hope and renewal. Under normal circumstances, it is also a time when many of us would travel to see loved ones or host get-togethers in our home. Unfortunately, these are far from normal circumstances.

Greater Sudbury Development Corporation Seeks Board Members
March 29, 2021
Greater Sudbury Development Corporation Seeks Board Members

The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation (GSDC), a not-for-profit board charged with championing economic development in the City of Greater Sudbury, is seeking engaged citizens for appointment to its Board of Directors.

Statements of Facts: Emergency Response to Suez Drive Event – May 27, 2017
March 26, 2021
Statements of Facts: Emergency Response to Suez Drive Event – May 27, 2017

Due to ongoing inaccurate discussions in the public and in the name of transparency and public trust, the City of Greater Sudbury is providing facts related to the emergency response that took place on the evening of May 27, 2017, on Suez Drive in Hanmer.

Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers Available for School-aged Children
March 23, 2021
Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers Available for School-aged Children

Licensed child-care centres are now providing care to school-aged children of essential workers.

Canada and Ontario invest in improved public recreation courts for Greater Sudbury residents
March 23, 2021
Canada and Ontario invest in improved public recreation courts for Greater Sudbury residents

Today, the governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Greater Sudbury announced joint funding for the revitalization of public recreation courts.