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Slow Descent of Water Levels Predicted Throughout Summer

The City of Belleville Emergency Management Program committee was pleased to learn from Dave Eastcott, Quinte Conservation, that for the first time in months, more water is leaving Lake Ontario than is entering it. As a result, the lake has gone

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Resolution Recommends City Join Other Municipalities in Requesting Plan 2014 Investigation

This year  Bay of Quinte flood water levels exceeded levels experienced along the Belleville shoreline in 2017 which were deemed at a 100-year high. The negative impact and ramifications on businesses and homeowners, twice within a three-year

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Residents Can Now Provide Input on Stanley Park Playground Design

The City of Belleville is currently in the pre-design stage for a new playground in Stanley Park (16 Edgehill Rd.) and is now collecting residents’ input. Residents can take the survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXFH2CT (http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXFH2CT)

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Wind Surges Primary Concern along Waterfront this Weekend

The City of Belleville Emergency Management Program committee met this morning to receive lakefront water level updates from Quinte Conservation. The rainfall forecast for the upcoming week may impact the water level to some degree. However,

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10,000 Historic Local Images Now Available Online

From maps to vanished buildings, from sports teams to postcards, the Community Archives holds thousands of images of our local history. For the past four years, staff and volunteers have been working to convert these treasures into a digital

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Belleville Transit: Ward 2 Transit Survey Online Now

Belleville Transit needs your voice to help shape the future of transit in the city. City Council has requested that Transit develop a report outlining possible service delivery options to provide transit services in Ward 2. Transit staff are

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