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News & Notices

New Fire/Paramedic Station Coming To Ballantrae

November 30, 2022

The Ballantrae Fire Station is on the move after the Town of Stouffville announced today an agreement to purchase 3.5 acres on Aurora Road. The parcel of land, located just west of Highway 48 in Ballantrae, is the proposed future home of a modern fire station. The Town is in ongoing discussions with York Region Emergency Medical Services (“EMS”) about a joint venture for the site. The transaction is scheduled to close in early 2023.

Start Planning Winter Break Camp

November 15, 2022

Snow much fun! Spend your school break with us! Enjoy arts, sports, science experiments and more! From Jan 3 – 6, 2023 – 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. we are excited to welcome your camper for an unforgettable camp session this holiday season, enjoying a variety of amazing camp experiences. Campers aged 4 -12 will engage in programming with their camp teams, arranged by age, with programming opportunities geared to their skill level and abilities.

42nd Annual Victorian Tea Adds Second Date Due to High Demand

November 15, 2022

A delicious taste of Christmas past, featuring a traditional catered tea and a festive tour of our Museum’s buildings - it's the 42nd annual Victorian Tea! This event's morning session on Saturday November 19th has already sold out, so we've added a second sitting at 1:30pm due to popular demand!

19 on the Park Hosts Three Yuk Yuk Comics

November 14, 2022

Mark your calendar for November 18 and get some tickets for Yuk Yuk’s at 19 on the Park. Three hilarious Yuk Yuk's comics are performing right here in Stouffville! Come to 19 on the Park on November 18th at 8pm to get your giggles on, and as a bonus for this 19+ event, you’ll get a FREE drink from our onsite bar, thanks to event sponsors! Get your tickets at 19onthepark.ca or by calling 1-888-655-9090 before they sell out.

Road Safety Rules for the end of Daylight Saving Time

November 07, 2022

As the clocks changed this weekend, even though it’s only an hour difference it can still have a huge impact on your sleep cycle. Drowsiness behind the wheel is a leading cause of accidents, and studies have shown that the average number of collisions rises during evening rush hour in the 30 days following the time change. Make the switch safely with these road safety rules for Daylight Saving Time.

Stouffville Announces The Second Annual Holiday Market

November 07, 2022

The Town of Stouffville is excited to announce the return of the Holiday Market, which will take place on Main Street, 19 on the Park and Memorial Park for its second year running. The event will feature a local artisan vendor marketplace, magical lighting displays, food and beverage, horse drawn carriage rides, Santa Claus and other holiday characters and more. Live musical entertainment will happen throughout the weekend.

Town Of Stouffville 2022 Election Results

October 28, 2022

The official results of the 2022 Municipal Election have been certified by the Town Clerk and published on stouffvillevotes.ca/results. The 2022-2026 Town of Stouffville Council will be sworn in at the Inaugural Council Meeting on Wednesday, November 16, at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers (111 Sandiford Drive, Stouffville).

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