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pickleball surveyOutdoor Pickleball Courts

Opened 10 Aug 2022
Closes 8 Sept 2022

Currently, the Town of Cobourg has two, public, outdoor pickleball courts, located at Coverdale Park and Sinclair Park. These courts serve dual purpose as tennis courts and pickleball courts with line paintings for both sports. Based on the growing popularity of the sport of pickleball, the Town of Cobourg would like to engage residents to assess future needs for additional outdoor pickleball courts. Goal is to develop court requirements to inform budget recommendations for 2023

ICSP survey165Integrated Community Sustainability Plan Project - Phase 2a
Start Date: 2 August 2022
Closes: 16 August
With input from two phases of public engagement, there is now a draft vision, goals, and preliminary action plan in place for Cobourg's Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP). The Draft Plan was presented to Council for review and feedback during the July 11, 2022 Committee of the Whole meeting. Cobourg residents and business owners are now encouraged to take the online survey and share their thoughts on the draft vision for the future, and the actions proposed to make Cobourg more sustainable.  Web page

BrooksideFormer Brookside Youth Detention Centre Site
Opened 3 February 2022
No close date
The Brookside property is now available for the Town to buy and a "survey" is being held to see what citizens think of this idea. The public is invited to share their comments to Council and Town staff through this public engagement site. The public engagement objective is to gather feedback from residents and to provide updates to the community throughout this long-term process. There is no actual survey - just a forum. Go here

Northumberland County

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County Connect Commuter Connect - Regional Transit Survey
Opened 21 July 2022
Closes 17 August 2022
Northumberland County, together with Metrolinx and Hop In Technologies, is preparing to launch Commuter Connect – a pilot shuttle service connecting the communities of Northumberland with each other and with GO Transit service in Oshawa. To help guide decisions, we are inviting all residents to participate in a short survey.

Also, the County is seeking feedback on:

This has no closing date.

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County seeks feedback on new Backflow Prevention By-Law to protect drinking water

Northumberland County is developing a new Backflow Prevention By-Law to help protect drinking water in industrial, commercial, institutional and multi-residential buildings from cross-connection contamination within plumbing systems.

Backflow is the undesirable reversed flow of fluids, chemicals, or any other foreign material into the public drinking water system. Backflow can cause our drinking water to become polluted or contaminated, which reduces the quality of the drinking water.

The proposed Backflow Prevention By-Law will require industrial, commercial, institutional (ICIs) and multi-residential buildings located in Northumberland County, excluding the Municipality of Port Hope, to review connections within their plumbing systems to ensure proper backflow prevention devices are installed to protect drinking water from potential contamination.

The draft by-law will be presented for public review and feedback at two upcoming open house sessions on Tuesday, August 16th. At these sessions, ICIs and interested residents will be able to learn more about the by-law, ask questions, provide feedback and browse vendor display booths to learn more about the backflow prevention devices available for purchase and installation.

Feedback received during this consultation will be used to inform the development of the final by-law, which will be presented to County Council for approval in the coming months.

Open House Details
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Two sessions at 1 to 4 p.m. and 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
600 William Street, Cobourg

Each session will begin with a 15-minute presentation from County staff about the Backflow Prevention By-Law, followed by a Q&A, and the opportunity to browse vendor displays to learn more about the backflow prevention devices available.

For more information and to learn more, visit Join in Northumberland

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