Buzzkill Signs Belie Potential Of Big Creek Trail At Libro Centre

I’m getting lots of questions about some buzzkill signs that have been posted by the Town near the hill at the Libro Centre and wanted to update residents and articulate a bit of a vision for the rolling landscape that exists on the sprawling property.

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Build A Buzz For The 'Burg: Vote In Best Of Windsor-Essex Awards

Open Streets Amherstburg, River Lights Winter Festival, the Farmers’ Market, King’s Navy Yard Park and a host of other Amherstburg attractions and historic sites have been nominated in the 6th Annual Best of Windsor-Essex Awards competition.

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Amherstburg Snow Removal Program Clears All Sidewalks

I went for a long run/walk in Amherstburg last weekend as part of the Coldest Night of the Year in support of The House Youth Centre and was blown away by the impressive and impeccable work of Amherstburg snow removal crews.

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Online Survey Launched For Naming Of New Amherstburg High School

The Greater Essex County Public District School Board has launched an online survey seeking input on the naming of the new Amherstburg High School that is replacing General Amherst High School and Western Secondary School.

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Amherstburg Council Votes To Engage Public, Explore Options For Centennial, Jack Purdie Parks

Contrary to what you may have been told or read on social media, Amherstburg Council did not vote on Monday night to remove Russell Renaud Hill from the northern end of Centennial Park. Nor did we vote to sell any parkland, rezone any parkland or proceed with development of any parkland.

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Amherstburg Cyclists Rejoice: More Paved Shoulders On Tap For 2021

Active transportation projects proposed under the County Wide Active Transportation System for 2021 will enable Amherstburg cyclists and ambitious pedestrians to travel on paved shoulders all the way from the edge of downtown to Holiday Beach.

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Amherstburg Budget Invests In Waterfront Development, Roads, Parks And Trails

My council colleagues and I unanimously passed a Budget Friday afternoon that invests heavily in waterfront development, roads, parks and trails, one that addresses our financial challenges and strategic priorities, supports our invaluable heritage attributes and positions the Town for future growth and success.

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Amherstburg Releases Proposed 2021 Budget

Administration presented its proposed 2021 Budget to Council Monday and it wasn’t pretty.

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Amherstburg Launches Augmented Reality Ghost Tour 👻 👻 👻

If you're looking for something spooky and safe to do this Halloween season, Amherstburg has you covered with a ghost tour featuring more than a dozen stops where you can "explore the sinister stories and hair-raising history of one of Ontario's most historic towns." 👻 👻 👻

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River Lights To Shine Bright in Amherstburg

Thousands of lights will brighten downtown Amherstburg this winter as part of the annual River Lights Festival, allowing residents, tourists and young families the opportunity to take festive walks while adhering to physical distancing protocols.

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