Please make note of the following information:
All sprawl signs in the hamlet have been collected by Paula Basciano to be stored for the winter and redistributed in the spring. If you want yours picked up, you can reach Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas House Tour:
There will not be a House Tour in Belfountain. This event was cancelled.
The next 2 events you will want to mark on your calendar!
OPP Presentation – Safe Guard
When: December 7, 2017
Where: Belfountain Community Hall
Time: 7:00 pm
This is a workshop being offered by the Caledon OPP in response to recent auto and home break-ins within Belfountain and environs. The OPP will share with you ways to keep your home/property safe.
Plan to be there!!
SAVE THE DATE:
Belfountain Christmas Potluck Dinner
There are 27 more sleeps till the Christmas Potluck Dinner
Date: Saturday, December 16, 2017
Where: Belfountain Community Hall
Time: 5:30-9:00 pm
Mix and Mingle 5:30-6:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00 pm
Dessert 7:00 pm and Reading of “The Night ‘My Wild Irish Rose’ became a Christmas Carol” authored by Ken Weber
This is a community evening filled with music, fun, Christmas carols, family and friends.
The potluck is a ‘Bring Your Own Event’-you bring your dishes, cutlery and beverages.
Contact Judy Mabee at email@example.com, to reserve your seats and let us know what delicacy you are planning to bring.
SEE YOU DECEMBER 16TH!!!
Come one Come ALL to make your voices heard
on your opinions on the future of Belfountain !
2017 August 3 Community Meeting Agenda
2017 Aug 3 Community Survey
Bring your survey completed to the meeting Thursday night
or if you are not able to attend email to firstname.lastname@example.org
High resolution photos of the display easels are available at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/belfountaincommunity/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1889846034600059
Send in your objections by August 15th.
The 2017 Summer edition of The View from Belfountain is published!
URGENT Community Information Meeting
August 3rd 7pm- 9pm
Belfountain Community Hall
- Update on Recent Developments with the “Orb” Property south of the Hamlet
- Obtain Input from the Community on future direction
For our Visioning Breakouts please bring with you to the meeting:
- Pictures (ie: cut out of magazines etc..) that represent what the Belfountain Hamlet is to you. What things/words/elements are a part of the hamlet.
- Pictures that represent items / ideas that are not how you envision the Belfountain Hamlet.
Please RSVP your intention to attend
All residents are encouraged to attend!
Background information: http://www.belfountain.ca/?s=orb
Add you comments below to share your thoughts, concerns and suggestions!
Family Hike June 25
Family Yoga July 16
& Horse Drawn Wagon Historical Tour
Your Belfountain Community Organization would like you to know the ORB land has been listed for sale.
UPDATE: 2017 March 20 – That listing has been removed. Local copy here.
Information can be found at: http://www.cbre.ca/AssetLibrary/lsg_eastsideofshaws.pdf
We invite you to share your concerns, comments or feedback to make it clear how you are feeling about this potential development.
How to reach us:
Website – http://www.belfountain.ca/?s=orb
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/BelfountainCommunity/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/Belfountainca
Google+ – Belfountain Hamlet – https://plus.google.com/107840323490708319576
Email – President@belfountain.ca
Let us know how you wish to connect!
Burlington to close road ahead of endangered salamander crossings
A similar road closure of Olde Baseline Road has been done in the past to protect the migration turtles.
Our Jefferson Salamanders are throughout the Belfountain area and the land south of the Community Hall.
To the Residents of Belfountain
On January 26, 2017, The West Caledon Visitor Traffic Management Committee met to discuss the impact that the many tourists who visit or pass through Belfountain have on our community during peak seasons.
The committee heard from business owners that they rely on these busy weekends, especially during autumn colour season, for the bulk of their annual revenue.
Residents are concerned that their voice regarding this traffic/tourism issue be addressed as well. One item was addressed at the January meeting. We heard that some residents have had their driveways blocked by tourists’ cars. The O.P.P. have indicated that they will ticket and tow these vehicles if there is a complaint.
If you have other concerns that you would like the committee to address, and/or if you have ideas that would help mitigate any negative effects of peak season traffic in the village, these too will be shared with the committee at the next meeting. We need your feedback in order to address the issues.
This is your opportunity to have a voice. We are striving to balance resident needs with those of the businesses through a collaboration for our mutual benefit.
We would appreciate any feedback you can provide and we thank you in advance for your concern.
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