Fire Station 11 is now open.
Today, we unveiled the brand new Fire Station 11 on Savoy St. near Lambeth.
This new facility puts fire fighters where they need to be. It reduces response times, allowing them to keep our families safe.
Investments in community safety are a priority in London, as we continue to grow and evolve we are supporting our everyday heroes.
On Monday, we broke ground on the new OPP Provincial Communications Centre on Exeter Rd. Another facility that will house emergency service workers and support them in keeping us protected.
I’d like to extend my most sincere congratulations to the London Music Office’s Cory Crossman and Tourism London’s Chris Campbell. Both were recognized this week by Music Canada and presented the President Award in Toronto for their outstanding efforts toward building London as a music city.
We truly are a music city. This enriches our arts and culture scene and draws people from across the region. London has such a fantastic talent base and these two continue to help showcase that on a local, regional, national and global scale. Thank you.
At Fire Station 11 Opening with Chief Fitzgerald
Celebrating the accessible boardwalk at Westminster Ponds
- London to Host Hockey Canada Gala
- Safe Injection Sites: Have Your Say
- Arabic Story Time Kicks off at London Library
- Shine the Light Campaign Begins in London
- Official Western University Homecoming Expected to Draw Thousands
- Blackfriars Bridge Shut Down for Construction Work
- Chippewas of the Thames Get Round Trip Bus Service to London
- City of London Duo Wins Music Canada Award
- London Record Store Presses Vinyl to Keep Local Bands Grooving
- New Rule Could Fund Green Bin Program
- Prem Watsa Named Huron University College’s First Chancellor
- London Mourns the Loss of a True Canadian Icon
Events and Occasions:
- Angles in the Night Garage Sale
- Accessibility Open House
- Light the Night For Leukemia and Lymphoma
- City of London Employee United Way Walk/Run
- CJBK Interview with Ken and Lisa
- London Homeless Coalition Steering Committee Meeting
- Mayoral Monday with Craig Needles at AM980
- OPP Communications Centre Ground Breaking Ceremony
- Hockey Canada Golf and Gala Announcement
- Meeting with Christine Stowe
- Meeting with Michael Buzzelli of LMHC
- Meeting with Bruce Stock of the Royal Canadian Legion
- Meeting with Sean Quigley
- City of London Employee Update
- Meeting with Cavan McHenry
- Meeting with Patrick Moore, Susan Motkaluk and Oren Bartfoot
- London Police Services Board Meeting
- Shine the Light of Woman Abuse Media Launch
- Grand Opening of Fire Station 11
- Council approved the creation of a new Indigenous Relations Working Group. The group will liaise with the Indigenous community to determine how the City and the Indigenous community can better engage and collaborate to strengthen relationships.
- The City Manager was directed to report back on a recommended process and policy to provide residents and employees with an avenue to bring forward potential fraud, waste, misuse of assets and resources of the municipality.
- Council requested staff to report back during the 2018 budget deliberations on the cost and options of a discounted youth bus pass.
- Council has expressed an interest in potentially hosting an International Plowing Match and has asked the City Manager to report back on what financial or other resources would be required in connection with hosting such an event before determining whether or not the City wishes to submit a bid to host the event.
Discussing the Hockey Canada Gala and Golf Event with CTV London
At the Shine the Light on Woman Abuse Media Launch
At the City of London Employee Update Event with City Manager Martin Hayward