As we are in the midst of summer, you may start to notice some signs going up in your neighbours’ yards. Here’s what you need to know about these “Great Curb Appeal” signs: This year’s Kingston Blooms competition will be judged a little differently than previous years. Nominations for Kingston’s most luscious and lively gardens…

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Governments of Canada and Ontario take action to support improved community connectivity by investing in a third bridge crossing in Kingston     Modern and efficient bridges and roadways are crucial to encouraging and supporting economic activity, facilitating trade, and creating well-paying, middle-class jobs. The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing in well-planned infrastructure…

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Governments of Canada and Ontario take action to support improved community connectivity by investing in a third bridge crossing in Kingston Modern and efficient bridges and roadways are crucial to encouraging and supporting economic activity, facilitating trade, and creating well-paying, middle-class jobs. The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing in well-planned infrastructure that will…

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Own a heritage property in need of some TLC? You may be eligible to receive up to $5,000 in funds through the City’s new Heritage Property Grant program. “Well-kept historic buildings are part of the old-world character of Kingston. This program is about helping heritage property-owners preserve their highly-valued heritage assets for their own enjoyment…

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While the beautiful weather sticks around, what better time is there to grab your family and friends and head out to enjoy some great eats with a great view?! Here is a selection of establishments in South Eastern Ontario, providing you with an amazing waterfront view. Take a look and head on out to these…

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  Come out and celebrate the grand reopening of Victoria Park on Sunday, July 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. “I’m so glad that enhancements to Victoria Park are finished including a new water play area, new tennis and basketball courts, and a BBQ/picnic zone. This beautiful park in the heart of downtown has…

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City to treat selected ash trees due to emerald ash borer. Starting next week, a City-hired contractor will begin treating selected City-owned ash trees to protect them from the emerald ash borer (EAB) infestation. “The City-owned ash trees selected for treatment are assessed annually and treated bi-annually to prolong their lives. Over time, as trees…

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Everything Drainage Workshop: protect your property from water issues. Utilities Kingston invites homeowners to participate in a free workshop to help them manage excess water on their property, prevent basement flooding and comply with the City of Kingston’s Sewer Use Bylaw. Have standing water on your property? Notice your sump pump running frequently? The Everything…

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Parks Canada is inviting Canadians and visitors from around the world to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary at our national treasures from coast to coast to coast. To mark this special year, we’re offering free admission to all Parks Canada locations, and we want you to join us for the celebration. What is free? Admission Admission…

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The City of Kingston wants to see – and show – Kingston through YOUR eyes. Upload your photos of Kingston by July 3 and you could win vouchers for a 2017/18 Grand Theatre Presents show or a 10-ride Kingston Transit card.  Submitted photos may be used in City communications to show the beauty, diversity, and…

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