About Grimsby's Environment

Grimsby, Ontario, nestled in the heart of the Niagara Region, boasts a rich natural landscape and a community dedicated to preserving its environmental heritage. Explore the resources on this page to learn more about key environmental initiatives and concerns in Grimsby.


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Idling Control Bylaw

To support the reduction of effects that contribute to climate change, The Town of Grimsby has developed the Idling Control By-law. Learn more clicking the above image.

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NPCA Resources

Your efforts to improve and protect local water quality, will help protect wildlife populations and species diversity for future generations. To learn more about the NPCA click the above image.

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Environmental Projects

The community groups in Grimsby provide great environmental and social programs for their communities! Check out the link above to see recent events and activities. 

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Grimsby 100 Legacy Trees

For Grimsby 100 we have developed a Legacy Tree Program! Using an interactive mapping system we mapped the tree locations. Click the icon above or view the map below

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Oak Wilt

Oak wilt is a disease caused by the fungus Bretziella fagacearum. Red oaks are particularly susceptible, resulting in tree death within a single season. 

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The Carolinian Forest

The Carolinian zone is home to more at-risk plants and animals than anywhere else in Canada. Click the image above to learn more and connect with educational resources and groups!

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