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The Municipality of Port Hope has a comprehensive Community Consultation policy outlining a three-level approach and step-by-step process for public participation. The policy provides a framework by which Municipal Staff may assess the level of community input applicable to a particular project or initiative and provides for public input into the municipal decision-making process in an inclusive, effective manner.

Download our Community Consultation Policy - By-law 56/2011

Once a consultation is complete, that relevant section is removed from this page and typically the final document is posted under Municipal Publications. For more information on the Community Consultation process contact communications@porthope.ca.

Personal information is being collected on this form under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Please note that personal information provided will form part of the public record and is public information that may be published as part of Council agenda / public consultation processes. Questions about the collection of personal information may be directed to the Municipal FOI Coordinator at 905.885.4544 x 2231.



Choate Street Extension Community Consultation

September 11, 2019

*NEW: The presentation slides from the third Public Information Centre (PIC) are now available below. The public commenting period has been re-opened until October 1, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. Please scroll down to the bottom of this page to submit…

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Cenotaph Refurbishment Project

August 07, 2019

The Port Hope Legion Branch 30 has long identified the desire to enhance and upgrade the Cenotaph in Memorial Park. Staff have been working with members of the Legion with respect to the design and costs associated with a potential fundraising…

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Kinsmen Park Gazebo

August 07, 2019

*Please note: The comment period for this consultation is now closed.  The parkland located on Mill Street adjacent to the river and north of Walton Street is named Kinsmen Park (2008), as a result of a substantial donation received by…

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Traffic Calming Program

July 04, 2019

At their Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Council considered a Staff report regarding a Traffic Calming Program for the Municipality of Port Hope. Council approved the recommendation to post the program for…

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Osaca Subdivision

April 09, 2019

*NEW* Project Status: On 21st May, 2019, The Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Port Hope passed Resolution 44/2019 to approve Draft Plan of Subdivision SU02-2018, subject to the Draft Conditions of Approval. In accordance…

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