Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians: review the listing of streets and related messages below for travel information of interest to you.
Ellerbeck Street – King to Davidson – closed August 15 from 7 a.m. to 4p.m. for roadway reconstruction.
Lower Brewers Swing Bridge – closed until further notice. Parks Canada is continuing its efforts to replace the bridge over the winter.
Lower Union Street – Ontario to King – will be closed to through traffic from July 4 to August 12 to replace gas mains and services in the area.
Ontario Street – Market to Brock – closed August 13 from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the Almost Home 30th Anniversary Celebration Event.
Stephen Street – Montreal to Patrick – closed from Aug. 2 to Sept. 2 for installation of sanitary sewer system and road reconstruction.
Stuart Street – Lower Union to George – closed August 13 from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. for a crane setup to lift an elevator motor to the penthouse of KGH.
Sydenham Street – Princess to Queen – closed every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until September 3 for the Sounds of Sydenham.
Victoria Street – Brock to Mack – closed beginning August 15 at 7 a.m. to August 25 at 7 p.m. for the installation of new sanitary sewer system and road reconstruction work.
Wright Crescent – South Intersection of Palace to 16 Palace – closed until January 31, 2023 for construction staging for 11 Wight Cres. Please note that access to Wright Cres. will be through the North intersection of Wright Cres. at Palace Rd.
Open Farms 2022, is taking place on Frontenac & Kingston farms Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 and offers opportunities to explore, engage and learn more about farming and where our local food comes from.
United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington and the City of Kingston announced the recipients of the 2022 Community Investment Fund on Wednesday morning.
The city and United Way are jointly granting a sum total of $451,169 to be distributed across 24 different projects, with the city kicking in a little under 50% of the total amount.
An annual call for applications allows not for profit organizations to seek funding for a wide variety of projects, with organizations normally deemed eligible as long as they provide social services and work within the KFLA area.
A news release from United Way KFL&A states that in total 29 different agencies applied for funding through the grant with a total ask of $673,245.
The City of Kingston’s Financial Services team invite you to RSVP for a virtual session coming up on Sept. 7 that will help shape what the future of participatory budgeting could look like in our community.