The City of St. Thomas has been made aware that homeowners have been approached and asked to provide water samples for analysis. In some cases, the person asking for the sample has indicated that they are “from the City of St. Thomas”. In most of these cases, the person asking for the sample is not a City of St. Thomas employee, but is representing a private company that sells home water treatment equipment. These companies use a variety of methods to convince homeowners to purchase expensive home water treatment systems.
Aldborough Area Residents, Prevent Basement Flooding and Receive up to $4500 back
Moore Street from Talbot Street to southward to the Moore Street parking lot will be closed temporarily starting on September 28, 2016.
Residents will be able to purchase bus tickets and bus passes at City Hall, 545 Talbot Street in the Customer Service Area from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday (except Holidays).
A quick look at Traffic and Parking By-law 45-89 and some of the parking restrictions that do not require signing along with their associated set fines;
The concrete skatepark surface areas are completed but the site grading and preparation will not be completed for another 3 months. As a result the grand opening originally scheduled for October 1st will now be taking place in the Spring of 2017.