Category Archives: Environmental
Belfountain Residents 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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
2017 Belfountain Events Save these dates! Jan 24 – AGM Jan 28 – January Thaw Dance – this was a very full house enjoyable dancing evening! June 12 & 13 – 3rd Annual Lobsterfest TBD Summer – Inaugural Community … Continue reading
PUBLIC CONSULTATION MEETING Master Plan for the Cheltenham Badlands A Master Plan is being developed for the Cheltenham Badlands, as required under Part 3 of the Niagara Escarpment Plan.
If you don’t want Belfountain’s historical Community Hall to be stomped, then here’s the dust-swirling, heart-throbbing, yippee-kye-yay way to say NO WAY:
You may have heard about the 33 car/2 bus Parking lot that has been approved by the Niagara Escarpment Commission that will be built for $1,000,000 with Peel Region money, in Caledon. The parking lot construction will require land fill … Continue reading
AUGUST 22 – 2 to 9PM The Belfountain Community Organization hosts our fundraiser for local initiatives.
The signs have arrived! If you’re against big-time development coming to small-time Belfountain and environs, we’ve got just the thing for you! The BCO is providing the signs free of charge. To receive your sign, we would be grateful if … Continue reading
Update July 28: The ESR from the Region of Peel is posted on this pageÂ http://www.belfountain.ca/?page_id=15810 We welcome your comments! —————————————————————————————- Hello all lovers ofÂ our beautiful, smallÂ Belfountain hamlet landscape. The Region of Peel plans to completely change the rural charm of … Continue reading