How do you think tourism should be managed in Belfountain?

We have received your feedback through the Signs, Speed and Traffic Survey results presented at the AGM in January and redistributed recently by email and on our website. 

We would like to hear more from you please.

  • What specific things do you think need to be done to manage tourism in Belfountain?
  • We are looking for inventive ideas, positive, constructive suggestion and recommendation regarding any area of improvement you would like to comment on. 

We would like to hear from you by Thursday April 8th please by email back to     

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Signs, Speed and Traffic Survey Results

The Signs Speed and Traffic Survey Results were presented at the 2020 BCO AGM and  published as a part of the AGM minutes in January. 

In case you missed it, please click on this link to view them.

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OPP Twitter About Belfountain – Please Share This Near and Far

Caledon OPP (@OPP_CR) have shared their video emphasizing their officers’ efforts to keep Belfountain community safe during this difficult time.

We are very grateful to those who worked tremendously hard and diligently to make this happen.    Please share this message.   

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Covid- 19 – Social Distancing Is Critical

Covid-19 is certainly causing unprecedented times. Things are evolving very quickly as governments around the world make new statements every single day. 

The Federal Government, The Prime Minister, Interim Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Lawrence Loh and the World Health Organization are all warning residents of Canada that the next three weeks will be indicative of what we are to expect from Covid-19.  Social distancing compliance is tremendously important.   WHO are advising aggressive action in order to suppress the virus.    The Quarantine Act has been implemented.  

Please check the World Health Organization, and the Government of Canada website for the latest information and instructions.

Town of Caledon held an Emergency Council Meeting March 24th, 2020 10 a.m.   Please click on this link to watch and hear their recommendations regarding Covid-19.

Please stay healthy

Belfountain Community Organization

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Parking in Belfountain

The Commissioner Public Works, Region of Peel has advised:

Over the past few days, we have received requests to look into options to curb parking as well as speeding in Belfountain.  We have two things that we will put into place.  One immediately, one as soon as possible.

  • In alignment with the Town, beginning as early as today, we will implement the temporary no parking plan we use during “Fall Colours”.
  • We typically install additional traffic calming measures in late April.  As soon as we can assure ourselves that winter maintenance is over for the year, we will move to implement ASAP.  Hopefully that will be sooner than a typical year.

 If we need to adjust our approach we will work together to do so.

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Trespassing, Illegal Road Racing and Crowds

Hello Residents,
The Town of Caledon has a meeting Tuesday March 24th, to discuss the recent high volume of trespassing, illegal road racing and crowds’ social non-distancing evident in the hamlet.

They need details of calls made to the OPP to make a stronger case.
Yes, we know the OPP should be reporting to the Town, we are chasing that. 

Please send your reporting details here or to whichever you prefer.

Please join NeighbourhoodWatch at

Thank you
Belfountain NeighbourhoodWatch
WhatsApp 647 223 7242

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Peel Public Health advises non-essential businesses and event venues to close to help protect the public from COVID-19

News Release: March 20, 2020

Peel Public Health advises non-essential businesses and event venues to close to help protect the public from COVID-19

Brampton, ON. (March 20, 2020) – Peel Public Health is strongly recommending non-essential businesses and event venues close until April 5, 2020 to support social distancing and help limit the spread of COVID-19.

“In the past day, we are beginning to see evidence of community transmission of COVID-19 in our Region,” said Dr. Lawrence Loh, interim Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Peel. “We are grateful that many businesses have already changed their operations to help limit spread of the disease. At this critical moment, however, we must take stricter measures if we are going to succeed at limiting the impacts of this disease on our community. For this reason, I am recommending the closure of all non-essential businesses.”

Non-essential businesses include, but are not limited to, clothing and other non-critical stores, hair and nail salons, tattoo parlours, gyms and fitness facilities, car dealerships and repair facilities, banquet halls and conference centres.

Restaurants, bars and food establishments are exempt, so long as they do not provide in-person service.

Peel Public Health urges everyone to make efforts at social distancing. Residents are encouraged to limit their time out to necessary purposes (e.g., groceries, gasoline, pharmacy, or medical care) or in outdoor spaces while maintaining a safe distance (approximately 2 metres) away from others that are not in their immediate family.

To that end, Peel Public Health also strongly recommends against congregating in public settings, including malls, stores, and playgrounds and park play structures, and issues a reminder to settings named in the province’s emergency order of their responsibility to also cancel and curtail their events.

“Now is the moment to act in order to flatten the curve,” said Dr. Loh. “We need to work together, as individuals and organizations. Wash your hands, stay home whenever possible, avoid travel, practice social distancing, cancel non-essential events and appointments, clean surfaces that are regularly touched, and if you’ve been instructed to self-monitor or self-isolate, please follow those instructions.”

The Region of Peel works with residents and partners to create a healthy, safe and connected Community for Life for approximately 1.5 million people and over 175,000 businesses in the cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon. Peel’s services touch the lives of residents every day. Recognized as a leader in management and service delivery, the Region of Peel received Excellence Canada’s Platinum Award for Excellence, Innovation and Wellness®. For more information about the Region of Peel, explore and follow us on Twitter at @regionofpeel and Instagram

Media Contacts

Scott Fry
Communication Specialist
Region of Peel

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CVC Cancels 2020 Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival

CVC has regrettably announced the cancellation the 2020 Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival at Terra Cotta and Island Lake Conservation Areas. The safety and well-being of their patrons and staff is their key priority. Learn more…/credit-valley-conservation-cancels-2020-s…/

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Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost performs during this month’s THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE at Higher Ground Cafe!

March 12th @ 7:27 PM!

Check out then come let their trio (fiddle, tin whistle, guitar) get you ready for Saint Patrick’s Day 2020. A night of high energy Celtic music & interactive Irish story telling. Songs & Stories & Diddleydee – Oh My!

Order your $25 tickets via eTransfer to

(Deadline is Wednesday March 11th at Noon)

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Something Sweet for March Break from Credit Valley Conservation

The Maple Syrup Festival starts March 14th at Terra Cotta and runs March 14-22, March 28-29, and April 4-5 from 9:30am-5:00pm. 

Island Lake’s festival is March 20, 21 and 28th from 10:00am-4:00pm. 

Information and ticket sales can be found here so please  share this to all who would be interested:

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