Community Messages

Sunday, July 12
All day

Face Masks on Transit Windsor

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Ontario government and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit recommend that anyone travelling on public transit wear a non-medical mask where physical distancing is hard to maintain. Effective immediately, it will be mandatory for Transit Windsor riders to wear a non-medical mask on buses, as well as at the Windsor International Transit Terminal. Exemptions will be for children under the age of two and persons with disabilities or medical conditions that prevent a person from wearing a facemask. With the requirement to wear a non-medical mask, Transit Windsor will remove some of the social distancing signs from seats, returning the busses to near normal capacity. Only the front area behind the driver, which is reserved for a wheelchair/person with a disability, will remain closed to other riders. Once a bus reaches 20 passengers, a sign will be displayed indicating “Sorry the bus is full” and will pass normal stops. When possible, an additional bus will be inserted into service.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

Transit Windsor Update

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Effective Sunday, July 12, the Windsor International Transit Terminal will be open in anticipation of Transit Windsor’s return to front door boarding and fare collection. Smart Cards can be reloaded and new Smart Rides can be purchased to avoid lengthy lines. Smart Cards are not active until the first tap of the farebox and will remain valid until that time. Please visit www.transitwindsor.ca for further details on operating hours and Smart Cards. Please Note:  Notice will be provided when a date for a return to a paid service is set.

All day

“Rotary At Work 50/50”

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The “Rotary At Work 50/50” is an online draw in support of Easter Seals Ontario raising crucial funds for kids with physical disabilities in response to the postponement of Easter Seals’ major spring fundraisers. "We had high hopes for fundraising this year as an Ambassador for Easter Seals,” shares Tanya Harrison, whose son Alex Bondy is Windsor-Essex’s Male Easter Seals Ambassador for 2020, “but as the Telethon had to be postponed due to COVID-19, kids like Alex need your help more than ever." The online 50/50 draw began in Sault Ste. Marie but has gained the support of Easter Seals’ communities across the province as Ontarians work together to help kids be kids. Anyone in Ontario interested in supporting Easter Seals kids can purchase 50/50 tickets from www.rotaryssm5050.ca. One winner will be drawn at 4 P.M. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The prize pot is already over $1,000 and growing! Tickets are 3 for $5, 10 for $10, or 60 for $20.

All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

All day

Leamington Council Approves More Financial Relief Measures in Response to COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Leamington Council has approved further financial relief measures for residents and business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows Council’s previous decisions to waive all penalties and interest charges on municipal payments since March 25, 2020. Financial relief measures reflect the Municipality’s concern for the community’s well-being and economic condition. These measures include:
  • Waiving all penalties and interest on any overdue balances through to and including July 31, 2020.
  • Waiving all returned cheque or electronic payment fees through to and including July 31, 2020.
“While financial relief may be necessary for some residents and businesses, property owners are encouraged to maintain their regular tax, water and wastewater payments to support Leamington’s ability to continue to provide essential services,” said Laura Rauch, Director of Finance and Business Services. “It is critical that the Municipality maintain positive cash flows in order to pay for ongoing operational costs and planned capital projects.” For more information on COVID-19 planning and preparations by the Municipality, please visit: leamington.ca/COVID19. For questions about property taxes, please contact the Tax Office at 519-326-5761 or taxes@leamington.ca.

All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Face Masks on Transit Windsor

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Ontario government and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit recommend that anyone travelling on public transit wear a non-medical mask where physical distancing is hard to maintain. Effective immediately, it will be mandatory for Transit Windsor riders to wear a non-medical mask on buses, as well as at the Windsor International Transit Terminal. Exemptions will be for children under the age of two and persons with disabilities or medical conditions that prevent a person from wearing a facemask. With the requirement to wear a non-medical mask, Transit Windsor will remove some of the social distancing signs from seats, returning the busses to near normal capacity. Only the front area behind the driver, which is reserved for a wheelchair/person with a disability, will remain closed to other riders. Once a bus reaches 20 passengers, a sign will be displayed indicating “Sorry the bus is full” and will pass normal stops. When possible, an additional bus will be inserted into service.

09:00 AM

Town of Essex Splash Pads to Reopen Friday

09:00 AM — 09:00 PM

Kids in the Town of Essex will be able to beat the heat with the reopening of all three splash pads in the community on Friday.

Town of Essex splash pads in Essex Centre, Harrow, and Colchester, will reopen for regular hours (9am to 9pm). Parents and guardians are reminded that splash pad users will still be required to follow physical distancing as recommended by public health officials. New signage has been installed to remind splash pad visitors of the requirements.

“While we are opening these splash pads to give local youth a chance to cool down during hot weather, it’s important that users, parents, and guardians remain vigilant and continue to follow the direction of public health officials,” said Mayor Larry Snively. “We ask that all of our citizens continue to do their part to stop the spread and protect our community.”

Each splash pad location will include new hand sanitizing stations. Under Council direction, the Colchester splash pad will also be monitored on Saturdays and Sundays by Town of Essex staff to remind users to comply with physical distancing.

Prior to reopening, all Town of Essex splash pads were inspected by the Windsor Essex County Health Unit to ensure compliance with local guidelines.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

10:00 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Sunday Services

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Online Sunday Services at www.glenwoodunited.com Summer hours start July 5th through to September 6th, starting at 10 am. August 23 and 30 Rev Cathy is on Vacation.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Sunday, July 12 to Monday, July 13
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Monday, July 13
All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

“Rotary At Work 50/50”

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The “Rotary At Work 50/50” is an online draw in support of Easter Seals Ontario raising crucial funds for kids with physical disabilities in response to the postponement of Easter Seals’ major spring fundraisers. "We had high hopes for fundraising this year as an Ambassador for Easter Seals,” shares Tanya Harrison, whose son Alex Bondy is Windsor-Essex’s Male Easter Seals Ambassador for 2020, “but as the Telethon had to be postponed due to COVID-19, kids like Alex need your help more than ever." The online 50/50 draw began in Sault Ste. Marie but has gained the support of Easter Seals’ communities across the province as Ontarians work together to help kids be kids. Anyone in Ontario interested in supporting Easter Seals kids can purchase 50/50 tickets from www.rotaryssm5050.ca. One winner will be drawn at 4 P.M. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The prize pot is already over $1,000 and growing! Tickets are 3 for $5, 10 for $10, or 60 for $20.

All day

Transit Windsor Update

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Effective Sunday, July 12, the Windsor International Transit Terminal will be open in anticipation of Transit Windsor’s return to front door boarding and fare collection. Smart Cards can be reloaded and new Smart Rides can be purchased to avoid lengthy lines. Smart Cards are not active until the first tap of the farebox and will remain valid until that time. Please visit www.transitwindsor.ca for further details on operating hours and Smart Cards. Please Note:  Notice will be provided when a date for a return to a paid service is set.

All day

Resumption of South Windsor 7 Route

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

In order to address rider service needs, Transit Windsor announces effective Monday, July 13, the South Windsor 7 route will resume a “Saturday” schedule, Monday through Saturday.  Transit users are reminded to check www.transitwindsor.ca for all schedule information.

All day

Leamington Council Approves More Financial Relief Measures in Response to COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Leamington Council has approved further financial relief measures for residents and business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows Council’s previous decisions to waive all penalties and interest charges on municipal payments since March 25, 2020. Financial relief measures reflect the Municipality’s concern for the community’s well-being and economic condition. These measures include:
  • Waiving all penalties and interest on any overdue balances through to and including July 31, 2020.
  • Waiving all returned cheque or electronic payment fees through to and including July 31, 2020.
“While financial relief may be necessary for some residents and businesses, property owners are encouraged to maintain their regular tax, water and wastewater payments to support Leamington’s ability to continue to provide essential services,” said Laura Rauch, Director of Finance and Business Services. “It is critical that the Municipality maintain positive cash flows in order to pay for ongoing operational costs and planned capital projects.” For more information on COVID-19 planning and preparations by the Municipality, please visit: leamington.ca/COVID19. For questions about property taxes, please contact the Tax Office at 519-326-5761 or taxes@leamington.ca.

07:00 AM

Lane Reductions at Intersection of Parent Avenue & Ottawa Street

07:00 AM — 07:00 PM

The intersection of Parent Avenue and Ottawa Street will have lane reductions in all directions for sidewalk repairs from 7am to 7pm on Monday, July 13 and Tuesday, July 14.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

09:00 AM

Town of Essex Splash Pads to Reopen Friday

09:00 AM — 09:00 PM

Kids in the Town of Essex will be able to beat the heat with the reopening of all three splash pads in the community on Friday.

Town of Essex splash pads in Essex Centre, Harrow, and Colchester, will reopen for regular hours (9am to 9pm). Parents and guardians are reminded that splash pad users will still be required to follow physical distancing as recommended by public health officials. New signage has been installed to remind splash pad visitors of the requirements.

“While we are opening these splash pads to give local youth a chance to cool down during hot weather, it’s important that users, parents, and guardians remain vigilant and continue to follow the direction of public health officials,” said Mayor Larry Snively. “We ask that all of our citizens continue to do their part to stop the spread and protect our community.”

Each splash pad location will include new hand sanitizing stations. Under Council direction, the Colchester splash pad will also be monitored on Saturdays and Sundays by Town of Essex staff to remind users to comply with physical distancing.

Prior to reopening, all Town of Essex splash pads were inspected by the Windsor Essex County Health Unit to ensure compliance with local guidelines.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Monday, July 13 to Tuesday, July 14
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Tuesday, July 14
All day

Leamington Council Approves More Financial Relief Measures in Response to COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Leamington Council has approved further financial relief measures for residents and business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows Council’s previous decisions to waive all penalties and interest charges on municipal payments since March 25, 2020. Financial relief measures reflect the Municipality’s concern for the community’s well-being and economic condition. These measures include:
  • Waiving all penalties and interest on any overdue balances through to and including July 31, 2020.
  • Waiving all returned cheque or electronic payment fees through to and including July 31, 2020.
“While financial relief may be necessary for some residents and businesses, property owners are encouraged to maintain their regular tax, water and wastewater payments to support Leamington’s ability to continue to provide essential services,” said Laura Rauch, Director of Finance and Business Services. “It is critical that the Municipality maintain positive cash flows in order to pay for ongoing operational costs and planned capital projects.” For more information on COVID-19 planning and preparations by the Municipality, please visit: leamington.ca/COVID19. For questions about property taxes, please contact the Tax Office at 519-326-5761 or taxes@leamington.ca.

All day

“Rotary At Work 50/50”

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The “Rotary At Work 50/50” is an online draw in support of Easter Seals Ontario raising crucial funds for kids with physical disabilities in response to the postponement of Easter Seals’ major spring fundraisers. "We had high hopes for fundraising this year as an Ambassador for Easter Seals,” shares Tanya Harrison, whose son Alex Bondy is Windsor-Essex’s Male Easter Seals Ambassador for 2020, “but as the Telethon had to be postponed due to COVID-19, kids like Alex need your help more than ever." The online 50/50 draw began in Sault Ste. Marie but has gained the support of Easter Seals’ communities across the province as Ontarians work together to help kids be kids. Anyone in Ontario interested in supporting Easter Seals kids can purchase 50/50 tickets from www.rotaryssm5050.ca. One winner will be drawn at 4 P.M. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The prize pot is already over $1,000 and growing! Tickets are 3 for $5, 10 for $10, or 60 for $20.

All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Transit Windsor Update

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Effective Sunday, July 12, the Windsor International Transit Terminal will be open in anticipation of Transit Windsor’s return to front door boarding and fare collection. Smart Cards can be reloaded and new Smart Rides can be purchased to avoid lengthy lines. Smart Cards are not active until the first tap of the farebox and will remain valid until that time. Please visit www.transitwindsor.ca for further details on operating hours and Smart Cards. Please Note:  Notice will be provided when a date for a return to a paid service is set.

07:00 AM

Temporary Closure of the Sandwich Street Roundabout

07:00 AM — 07:00 PM

The roundabout at Sandwich Street will be closed for paving, and the work will result in the following road closures in the vicinity: ·Sandwich Street closed east of Mill Street. ·Riverside Drive West and University Avenue West closed west of Huron Church Road.  ·Rosedale Avenue closed north of Peter Street. Detours will be posted. 7am to 7pm, Friday, July 10, Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday, July 15.

07:00 AM

Lane Reductions at Intersection of Parent Avenue & Ottawa Street

07:00 AM — 07:00 PM

The intersection of Parent Avenue and Ottawa Street will have lane reductions in all directions for sidewalk repairs from 7am to 7pm on Monday, July 13 and Tuesday, July 14.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Tuesday, July 14 to Wednesday, July 15
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Wednesday, July 15
All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Leamington Council Approves More Financial Relief Measures in Response to COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Leamington Council has approved further financial relief measures for residents and business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows Council’s previous decisions to waive all penalties and interest charges on municipal payments since March 25, 2020. Financial relief measures reflect the Municipality’s concern for the community’s well-being and economic condition. These measures include:
  • Waiving all penalties and interest on any overdue balances through to and including July 31, 2020.
  • Waiving all returned cheque or electronic payment fees through to and including July 31, 2020.
“While financial relief may be necessary for some residents and businesses, property owners are encouraged to maintain their regular tax, water and wastewater payments to support Leamington’s ability to continue to provide essential services,” said Laura Rauch, Director of Finance and Business Services. “It is critical that the Municipality maintain positive cash flows in order to pay for ongoing operational costs and planned capital projects.” For more information on COVID-19 planning and preparations by the Municipality, please visit: leamington.ca/COVID19. For questions about property taxes, please contact the Tax Office at 519-326-5761 or taxes@leamington.ca.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

07:00 AM

Temporary Closure of the Sandwich Street Roundabout

07:00 AM — 07:00 PM

The roundabout at Sandwich Street will be closed for paving, and the work will result in the following road closures in the vicinity: ·Sandwich Street closed east of Mill Street. ·Riverside Drive West and University Avenue West closed west of Huron Church Road.  ·Rosedale Avenue closed north of Peter Street. Detours will be posted. 7am to 7pm, Friday, July 10, Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday, July 15.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Wednesday, July 15 to Thursday, July 16
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Thursday, July 16
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Thursday, July 16 to Friday, July 17
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Friday, July 17
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Friday, July 17 to Saturday, July 18
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Saturday, July 18
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

All day

Lane Reductions on Riverside Drive East at Devonshire Road

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Riverside Drive East will see lane reductions at Devonshire Road for work on a new signalized intersection through July 25. Traffic will be maintained in both directions for the majority of the project, but the right turn lane from Riverside Drive to Devonshire Road southbound will be closed for the duration of the project. A full closure will also take place during final surface asphalt operations, currently scheduled for July 25. 

All day

Bob Probert Ride Extends Draw Date for Bike Raffle

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Earlier this year, the Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) Foundation announced the postponement of a number of its 2020 signature events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This postponement included the Bob Probert Ride which will now host its tenth Ride on June 27th, 2021. An exciting element added to Year 10's Ride is the raffle of a stunning 2020 Harley Davidson Road Glide. With nearly 800 raffle tickets already sold, we are pleased to announce that the raffle will still be taking place this year. Like the Ride itself, the decision was made to postpone the raffle draw date which will now take place on October 24, 2020 - a nod to Bob's jersey number and in the tenth month to commemorate the tenth year of the Ride. Those still looking to secure their chance to win can purchase a raffle ticket for $50 by calling 519.257.5111 ext. 76910 and paying by credit card; tickets will then be mailed out. Only 200 tickets are left to be sold! Winner will be announced live on the Bob Probert Ride Facebook Page on October 24th. For more information or to sponsor the Ride, visit probertride.com.

09:00 AM

Median Grass Cutting Along E.C. Row Expressway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

City of Windsor Parks staff will be cutting grass along the E.C. Row Expressway starting Monday, July 6. Cutting will take place on the centre median, roadside shoulders and all on-and-off ramps. Crews will begin at 9am on Monday at Huron Church Road and progress eastward, with rolling lane closures in effect. The work will last until 4pm each day and depending on weather, could last up to three weeks. Motorists are asked to use extra caution and slow down when seeing workers near the roadways.

08:00 PM

Nightly Closures for E.C. Row Expressway

Saturday, July 18 to Sunday, July 19
08:00 PM — 06:00 AM

The Westbound lanes of the E.C. Row Expressway will be closed nightly between Lauzon Parkway and Central Avenue for mill and paving work from Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, July 19, from 8pm until 6am. Detour signage will be in place. Once westbound work is complete (two weeks) work will switch to the other side, closing the eastbound lanes for approximately one week. When?         

Sunday, July 19
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

10:00 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Sunday Services

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Online Sunday Services at www.glenwoodunited.com Summer hours start July 5th through to September 6th, starting at 10 am. August 23 and 30 Rev Cathy is on Vacation.

Monday, July 20
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Tuesday, July 21
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Wednesday, July 22
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Thursday, July 23
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Friday, July 24
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Saturday, July 25
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Sunday, July 26
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

10:00 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Sunday Services

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Online Sunday Services at www.glenwoodunited.com Summer hours start July 5th through to September 6th, starting at 10 am. August 23 and 30 Rev Cathy is on Vacation.

Monday, July 27
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Tuesday, July 28
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Wednesday, July 29
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Thursday, July 30
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Friday, July 31
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Saturday, August 1
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Sunday, August 2
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

10:00 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Sunday Services

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Online Sunday Services at www.glenwoodunited.com Summer hours start July 5th through to September 6th, starting at 10 am. August 23 and 30 Rev Cathy is on Vacation.

Monday, August 3
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Tuesday, August 4
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Wednesday, August 5
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Thursday, August 6
All day

Lane Reduction at Dougall Ave & Cabana Road West Intersection

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Dougall Avenue and Cabana Road west will be reduced to one lane in all directions for installation of new Bell manhole and a concrete conduit from Monday, July 6 to Monday, August 31. Only through traffic and right turns will be allowed.  Please see Transit Windsor for updated bus route information.

Sunday, August 9
10:00 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Sunday Services

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Online Sunday Services at www.glenwoodunited.com Summer hours start July 5th through to September 6th, starting at 10 am. August 23 and 30 Rev Cathy is on Vacation.