Weekly Fall Yard Waste Collection ends Dec. 8th

The City's has weekly yard waste collection until December 8th

Yard waste DOES include:

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Getting Older Without Getting Old! An article by Living Assistance Services

So, perhaps older age occurs when you really do know that you'll not feeling better in the morning!

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An excellent use of this heritage home - Holiday Art Gallery and Shop

There is a strong desire to preserve our heritage, including preserving our heritage homes.

But what do you do with them?

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Flu and Covid Vaccines are now available.....

This fall, protect yourself and others from COVID-19 and the flu!

Eligible high-risk populations can book an appointment for the updated COVID-19 vaccine and flu shot as of Tuesday, October 10, 2023.

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The City Launches Its Age-Friendly Strategy

Richmond Hill Council approved the City’s first Age-Friendly Community Strategy, with a vision to create an inclusive, accessible and welcoming community where all ages and abilities enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle.

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The City is asking for residents opinions on property bylaws

The City would like to know how satisfied you are with property maintenance in your neighbourhood.

This includes by-laws for fences, yards,and driveways, and the maintainance of vacant and heritage properties.

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The City celebrated the work of local artists' mural paintings

Thirteen local artists have created the City’s 150th anniversary mural paintings, captured on Bell Boxes and storage bunkers throughout the community.

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Night closures on Stouffville Road to protect Jefferson Salamanders

During this time of year, Jefferson Salamanders, an endangered species, cross Stouffville Road after leaving their summer habitat to travel to their favourite places to overwinter. 

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