Posted on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 11:59 AM
Transfer of Henry Street and Cochrane Street from the Region of Durham to the Town of Whitby
This notice is to inform you that effective July 1st Henry Street and Cochrane Street, between Dundas Street and Rossland Road, will be assumed by the Town of Whitby from the Region of Durham.
Henry Street and Cochrane Street will no longer be identified by a Regional Road number; however, the street names will remain the same.
Your mailing address will not change, and mail delivery will not be affected. There...
Posted on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 11:54 AM
Transfer of Rossland Road from the Town of Whitby to the Region of Durham
This notice is to inform you that effective July 1st Rossland Road between Lake Ridge Road and Cochrane Street will be assumed by the Region of Durham, from the Town of Whitby.
This segment of Rossland Road will now be identified by Regional Road 28 in addition to the current naming.
Your mailing address will not change, and mail delivery will not be affected. There will be no impact to other services. 911 emergency dispatch...
Posted on Thursday, April 14, 2022 12:29 PM
The durham.ca homepage is getting a new look to better serve you! With this revamped layout, you will be able to navigate to popular pages and browse Regional information and services more easily—getting you to the services and information you need faster.
This homepage will offer more ways to learn about the latest in the Region through several new sections including:
- Popular pages
- What’s happening in Durham
- Content spotlight
- Regional services
- Featured videos
Learn more about each of the new features...
Posted on Friday, April 01, 2022 11:31 AM
The Regional Municipality of Durham will be conducting overnight flow testing to trial its new leak detection equipment in the City of Oshawa neighbourhood bordered by: Colborne Street East to the north; Wilson Road North to the east; Bond Street East to the south; and Central Park Boulevard North to the west. (As shown in map below.)
Overnight testing will occur between midnight and 5:30 a.m. on the morning of Thursday, April 21. Although amber flashing lights may be seen on Durham Region...
Posted on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 08:39 PM
The Region of Durham has dispatched crews to repair two sanitary sewage forcemain (pressurized pipe) breaks that occurred at Michael Boulevard Sanitary Sewage Pumping Station in the Town of Whitby. Specialized equipment is working to divert sanitary sewage on site; however, some sewage may reach Lynde Creek or the green space around it. Staff are working diligently to minimize any impacts. The timeline for completion of the repairs is unknown at this time.
The area around the sanitary sewage pumping...