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Posted On Friday, February 15, 2019

Waterloo Fire Rescue urges families to practice their home fire escape plan as part of their Family Day activities on Monday February 18.
“Family Day is a great opportunity to remind your family about what they must do in the event of a fire,” says Fire Chief Richard Hepditch. “Everyone needs to know how to get out of the home safely when the smoke alarm sounds, especially because most fatal fires occur at night when people are asleep.”
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Posted On Friday, February 15, 2019

ErbsvilleS block areaYou are invited to attend a public information centre to introduce a land use study for the Erbsville South area of Waterloo. A block plan study will identify how the area may grow and develop. The study will review growth and development options and provide policies for transportation, environmental protection and managing growth. 
The public information centre will provide information regarding the study process, provide background information about the study area,...

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Posted On Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The snow event declared on Feb. 12 has been extended to noon, Feb. 14, 2019 in order to continue snow clearing efforts. Parking on the street hampers snow clearing operations and residents are reminded that they must remove cars from streets (throughout the day, as well as overnight) or risk being ticketed and towed. Under the city’s traffic and parking bylaw, parking is prohibited on all streets at any time a snow event is declared until it is cancelled. Snow events are...
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Posted On Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Council Today, Waterloo city council approved the 2019 operating and capital budget. A nine-year capital forecast for 2020 to 2028 was also approved in principle, providing a 10-year blueprint to facilitate long-term planning, prudent financial management and to provide appropriate management of the city’s $1.1 billion of capital assets. 
To help deliver the important day-to-day services residents have come to expect along with key city initiatives to support sustainability...

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Posted On Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The snow event declared yesterday will continue to be in effect until 11:59 p.m., Wed., Feb. 13, 2019 in order to facilitate continued snow clearing efforts. Parking on the street hampers snow clearing operations and residents are reminded that they must remove cars from streets or risk being ticketed and towed. Overnight parking exemptions will not be permitted. Under the city’s traffic and parking bylaw, parking is prohibited on all streets at any time a snow event...
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