Ward 11 has some of the best festivals and fairs around and Councillor Johnson hopes you will drop by and check them out this year.
Sat (Aug 30th) “A Day in the Park” 10am-4pm at the Mount Hope Community Park, 3027 Homestead Dr., Mount Hope. Admission is Free and it’s a day packed full of fun with music/entertainment, vendors/crafters, food trucks, kids zone games/prizes, petting zoo, reptile talk and touch and bouncy castle. There is no parking on site, but you can park within the Village and ride the Free Trolley to the park.
Fri-Sun (Sept12-14th) is the Annual Binbrook Fall Fair. located at theRead More
Stoney Creek Seniors Outreach Services needs volunteer drivers. This is a non-profit organization that helps seniors and disabled persons.
If you can assist please call 905-643-1919Read More
If you see speeding & aggression diving in your neighbourhood, you need to call the Police Aggressive Driver Hotline!
When police set up radar in a community, quite often the great majority of speeders live right in that area and knowRead More
Councillor Johnson is just thrilled to announce that Hamilton City Council has approved unanimously her motion to have the City of Hamilton direct staff to work with the School Board to purchase the “old” Winona Public School on Winona Road.Read More
The parking lot at the Mount Hope Community Park on Homestead Drive has been begging for some help. Councillor Johnson is pleased to announce that working with staff, she manage located the needed dollars to get that parking lot repaved.Read More
Together We Can Make A Difference! Volunteers are urgently needed to help with:
- Meals on Wheels (hot) and/or MME (frozen) deliver
- Driving clients to appointments in your vehicle (transportation program)
- Member of Event Committee, or other committees or help