The City of Belleville has over 17 kilometers of multi-use trails that are maintained year round.
Please respect our trails! For the safety and enjoyment of all, we ask that all users keep to the right side and maintain safe speeds on bicycles and rollerblades.
We have a new Trail Map for 2013. Please click on the file below to view the map or look for hard copies of the Trail Map at City Hall, the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre and other locations around the City.
City of Belleville Trails
- Kiwanis Bayshore Trail (2,570 meters)
- Parrott Riverfront Trail (1,610 meters)
- Riverside Park Trail (5,224 meters)
- East Zwick's Trail (1,960 meters)
- West Zwick's Trail (1,255 meters)
Other Area Trails
- Jackson Woods Park (2,000 meters)
- H.R. Frink Centre
- Quinte Conservation
The City of Belleville and the Belleville Professional Firefighter's Association (BPFFA) are scheduled for an Arbitration Hearing on Friday, April 28, 2017. The hearing will be held at the Towne Place Suites located at 400 Bell Boulevard in Belleville, Ontario. The hearing will commence at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend.
Emergencies can strike anywhere, at any time - be prepared—by having a plan, assembling a survival kit, and by staying informed.More Information
Construction on Dundas Street West
and Bay Bridge Road
Residents are encouraged to send their comments to the Director of Finance: firstname.lastname@example.org.More Information
Discover the Programs & Activities available through Belleville Recreation, Culture and Community Services for Spring and Summer 2017More Information
1st Interim Installment: February 24th, 2017
2nd Interim Installment: April 26, 2017
Throughout 2017, the City of Belleville is celebrating its 200th birthday. As part of the festivities, we are sharing 200 unique stories of people who live, work and play in The Friendly City. What's your Belleville 200 story? Please share it with us!More Information
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