Due to the Lake Margaret Trail and Southdale Line roundabout project, St. Thomas Transit will be detouring Route 2 effective Monday, March 6th for approximately four months.
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WELCOME TO THE CITY OF ST. THOMAS!
Whether your operation is in hospitality, manufacturing or any industry in between, you will find that we are a city open for business; committed to economic development, committed to partnerships, strategically located and most important, a city strongly committed to the future.
Whether you're interested in reducing your cost of living or your cost of operations, the benefits of living and doing business here are impressive. Building costs, utilities, recreation costs and more all work to your advantage here. Add to that a mature, experienced workforce, rock solid infrastructure and access to some of the brightest minds in the country and you can see the advantages of doing business in St. Thomas.
And no city is more strategically located; just moments from the 401 corridor and halfway between Detroit and the shores of Lake Huron to the west, Toronto, Niagara Falls and Buffalo to the east. Each is just a little more than a two hour drive away.
If you are searching for a business friendly environment and a quality of life that is second to none, consider St. Thomas.
Due to the First Avenue road widening project, St. Thomas Transit will be detouring Route 4 & 5b effective March 15th for approximately two months.
In order to reduce basement flooding caused by Inflow and Infiltration and to reduce flows at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, the City is implementing a City Wide Downspout Disconnection Program. Information has been posted on the City website located under basement flooding.
If you have any questions on this program, please contact Lynn Stafford, C.E.T., Compliance Coordinator at 519-631-1680, ext. 4224 or Nathan Bokma, P. Eng., Development and Compliance Manager at 519-631-1680, ext. 4151.
The City of St. Thomas invites applications from person who are 18 years of age or older and a resident of St. Thomas for appointment to the following committees:
- Community Recycling Centre Public Liaison Committee
- Municipal Heritage Committee
- St. Thomas Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee (In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, the majority of the members of the committee shall be persons with disabilities)
Please complete the application form and submit to the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 545 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.