Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2016 10:45 AM
The Municipality of Leamington and the Caldwell First Nation are pleased to announce their partnership with external affiliates on a skills development initiative focused on cultivating both personal and professional relationships based on trust, respect and economic prosperity.
This partnership initiative will allow members of the Caldwell First Nation and affiliates to gain skills required to develop and maintain their communities through a mentoring and internship placement program with the Municipality...
Posted on Monday, February 22, 2016 04:15 PM
The Municipality of Leamington is pleased to announce it has partnered with Motivate Canada to lead their ACTIVATE program as part of a youth engagement initiative in Leamington’s community development strategy.
Motivate Canada’s ACTIVATE is a national youth leadership program that inspires, trains, and supports ACTIVATOR youth leaders to develop and initiate their own sport and physical activity projects in their communities to improve the lives of other local youth. The ACTIVATE program seeks to...
Posted on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 10:30 AM
The Municipality of Leamington is pleased to announce the approval of an Uptown Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Grant for the owners of 33 Princess Street also known as Central 33.
The project includes cleaning and repainting of the exterior façade, along with energy efficient and barrier-free accessibility upgrades to the existing elevator system.
It is anticipated this grant will assist the ongoing efforts to improve and revitalize Leamington's uptown core.
Posted on Friday, January 22, 2016 04:00 PM
The Municipality of Leamington is the proud recipient of the Essex Region Conservation Authority’s (ERCA) 2015 Robert Pulleyblank Municipal Achievement Award. This award recognizes the Municipality’s efforts towards creating a clean, healthy and sustainable future for the Essex Region.
Leamington has undertaken significant work to contribute to environmental enhancements in the region. Over the past few years, abandoned railways have been repurposed into trails for the enjoyment of...
Posted on Friday, December 11, 2015 02:45 PM
The Municipality is pleased to announce the approval of an Uptown Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Grant for the owners of Final Touch Hair Care Services located at 25 Talbot Street West.
The improvement project includes the installation of safety and fire protection systems; a new floor to improve barrier free accessibility; improvements to the electrical, ventilation, heating and plumbing supply systems; and energy efficiency upgrades.
It is anticipated this grant will assist the ongoing efforts...