A Heat Warning has been issued for Halton Region starting Saturday, September 5. Learn how to prevent heat-related illness.
The approved plan outlines Council's priorities and establishes the Region’s strategic direction for the next four years
Learn more about Canadian National Railway's future plans for the Milton Logistics Hub Project.
Stay updated on the progress of Halton’s study related to basement flooding.
Based on the solid financial planning principles for which Halton is recognized.
Calendars will be mailed to Halton Residents by end of January and are valid from February - January,
View agendas, minutes & video of Regional Council and Committee meetings.
311 is more than a phone number. 311 online offers access to a variety of Halton Government Services.
More from the Chair's Corner
September 04, 2015
A probable human case of the West Nile virus (WNV) illness has been identified in an adult from the Town of Oakville. This is the first human case for Halton in 2015.
“Halton Region is committed to being safe and healthy. Until the fall frosts ...
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Halton Region is composed of
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the Town of Halton Hills,
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and the Town of Oakville .