Additional Restrictions Announced by Ontario Government

Additional restrictions have been announced by the Ontario government this afternoon to manage the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading

View this email in your browser Further City service restrictions under extended Provincial Stay-At-Home Order

April 16, 2021 Stay home, stay safe, be kind, and support local.Today, the Ontario Government declared an extension of the State of Emergency and the Provincial Stay-at-Home order for an additional two weeks, and for a total of six weeks, effective as of Saturday, April 17 at 12:01 a.m. Continue reading

City Matters: COVID-19 Bulletin April 16

The Government of Ontario has extended the Provincial State of Emergency and Stay-at-home Order for an additional two weeks, and for a total of six weeks, effective April 17 at 12:01 a.m. Continue reading

Weekly Traffic Report – April 16 to 23

April 16, 2021 Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians: review the listing of streets and related messages below for travel information of interest to you. Check for traffic. Significant City or Utilities Kingston-related traffic disruptions will also be sent out on the City’s Twitter feed @CityofKingston. Continue reading

City seeks input on Traffic Calming Policy review

April 15, 2021 The City of Kingston is seeking your input as it reviews its Traffic Calming Policy and develops new Traffic Calming Guidelines. Visit by 4 p.m. on May 6 to learn more, ask questions and complete a 10-minute survey (see alternate ways to provide input below). Continue reading

Laurentian’s Francophone students feel like their academic career is in limbo

Like others impacted by the axing of many French-language programs at Laurentian University on April 12, students Kiara Duval and Dominic Belisle are feeling lost and abandoned. Continue reading

Completing Richardson Stadium through alumni giving

Thanks to generous donations from Queen's alumni, the university is set to build a new pavilion for Richardson Stadium that will provide enhanced amenities for student-athletes, students, coaches, spectators, and community members. Continue reading

Providence Care Hospital activating additional beds to help support acute care partners

With COVID-19 cases rising at an alarming rate across the province, Providence Care is admitting additional patients from acute care facilities to its hospital site, to help relieve pandemic-related pressures. Continue reading

Diverse volunteer advisors needed for municipal committees

April 14, 2021 Do you want to help shape your community? Bring your knowledge and lived experiences to a City of Kingston’s citizen advisory committees or legislated boards. Applications from eligible Kingstonions will be received until April 30 at 4:30 p.m. The City is seeking new members for the following: Continue reading

United Way KFL&A leads local 2021 Point in Time Homeless Count

Counts are a community-level measure of sheltered and unsheltered homelessness, helping to provide a national picture of homelessness Kingston, ON (April 14, 2021) United Way is responsible for coordinating and conducting the Point in Time (PIT) Count in Kingston. Working with the City of Kingston and agency partners, our community has conducted three PIT Counts since 2013.   Continue reading