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Public Meeting - Town Hall, May 9 @ 7:00 pm

Applications have been received by the Town of Grimsby for the following:

  • Zoning Amendment; and
  • Draft Plan of Condominium
  • Draft Plan of Subdivision
  1. for the lands known as 364, 366, and 368 Park Road North. Currently the lands are occupied by 3 single-detached houses. For more information:  document PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE May 9

Public Meeting - May 9 @ 7:00 pm, Town Hall

The Town of Grimsby has received revisions to zoning by-law amendment and draft plan of vacant land condominium applications for lands known municipally as 211, 229, and 267 Central Avenue.

The purpose of the applications is to create 93 townhouse condominium units on the subject lands, 84 of which would have frontage on a private condominium roads, and 6 of which would have frontage onto a cul-de-sac extension of Marlow Avenue. The private condominium road is proposed to have access off Central Avenue and the extended Marlow Avenue. For more information: document PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE



The amount of this installment is shown on the second stub of the bill mailed to you in February. If you did not receive a tax bill in February, please contact the tax department at 905-945-9634 for further information. Failure to receive a bill does not excuse the payment of taxes.

Payments can be made at most financial institutions or by telephone and internet banking. Installments can also be paid by postdated cheques provided the taxes are paid by the regular due dates.  No credit card payments are accepted at Town Hall. Please visit our website at www.grimsby.ca for further details on credit card payments.

A night depository is available at the front entrance of Town Hall for cheque payments only.  

Please ensure that your payment reaches us on or before the due date.   The taxpayer is responsible for the late arrival of payment. Penalties of 1¼% are added on the first day of default and on the first day of each month following. Penalties cannot be waived.

Basketball/Hockey Nets and Skateboard Ramps

The Town of Grimsby is responsible for the control and maintenance of the Town’s roadways. We are therefore always mindful of any object (hockey/basketball nets and skateboard ramps) placed along the municipal road edge that could possibly cause an incident or accident involving pedestrians and/or vehicles.

The Town does not encourage or condone sports or games being played on the roadway (from the point of view that this could lead to a child/vehicle incident).  For more details:

document Basketball and Hockey Nets

Niagara to host 2021 Canada Summer Games!

Grimsby is thrilled to be a part of Niagara Region hosting the 2021 Canada Summer Games!
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