Please note that we will be unable to process marriage licence applications on Wednesday, October 27 from 12:30 to 4:30pm. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
Work to replace two retaining walls on Haldimand Road 9, adjacent to the St. Johns Church, will commence starting Tuesday, October 12.
The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of October.
The work will require one lane to be closed during the day and will return to two lane traffic at night.
With this work and the repair work at the York Bridge there may be some minor delays. The lane closure on Haldimand Road 9 for the retaining wall is localized and two way traffic will be maintained on the York Bridge.
Haldimand County Facilities Capital & Asset Management staff wish to advise local residents that demolition of the former Haldimand County Administration and Museum & Archives buildings is currently scheduled to begin at 45 Munsee Street in Cayuga on or around July 19, 2021. This work is expected to be completed by the end of November 2021.
Background: In February 2016, Haldimand County Council approved recommendations to proceed with the development of a centralized, consolidated municipal service delivery model, involving the construction of a new administration building and development of community hubs (based out of libraries) as municipal service access points. The centralized service model was selected after thorough evaluation and community consultation, which determined it as the best option for a growing, thriving Haldimand. Background information on the Haldimand County Administrative Accommodation Review process provides the decision-making rationale as it relates to the former Cayuga Administration Building. The Haldimand County Museum & Archives was co-located with the new Cayuga Library in 2019 becoming the Cayuga Library + Heritage Centre. Both the former administration and museum buildings are redundant to County operations and are no longer required. The intent is to repurpose the land as parkland. Additional details, including the public consultation process that has been undertaken to-date, can be found in report CDP-01-2021 Cayuga Parks Consultation Final Report.
During the demolition, parking areas around the buildings will be closed to the public. Traffic and signage controls will be in place for everyone’s safety. The walking trails through the property will remain open to the community, except when the closing of the trails is required to facilitate the demolition work.
While this demolition may cause temporary inconvenience to residents and business owners, we thank you for your patience. The goal of all projects is to enhance neighbourhoods and communities. Haldimand County is committed to minimizing disruption by communicating construction information in a timely manner and responding to resident needs and concerns. If you have questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact Ashley Schaeffer, Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-318-5932 ext. 6505.