The Downtown Facade Improvement Program is back and better than ever.
Find out how you can access up to $5,000 toward improving your building frontage. Full details available here.
The City of Morden encourages you to help identify and inventory trees on your property using a free app.
Trees within 15 feet of the street have already been inventoried, so there’s no need for you to do so again.
Find the app anytime at http://www.mordenmb.com/city-services/urban-forest-program
The Parks and Urban Forestry team invite everyone to attend a special presentation at the Access Event Centre (Morden Chiropractic Meeting Room) on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m.
Details about the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan and the Ash Strategy will be presented.
The City of Morden is planning to construct a new communications tower which will assist emergency crews.
You can learn more about the project by reading the following PDF.Public notification tower install AEC 20180115
The location where the tower will be at the Access Event Centre.
Like ice-skating? Come out and enjoy 3.5 kilometers of cleared skating paths around Lake Minnewasta!
Special thanks go to the Morden Fire Department for their hard work preparing and maintaining this trail.
Watch the video below to see more.
As of today, the outdoor skating rinks at Lions Park (900 Gilmour St.) and Access Event Centre are open for use. Hockey nets are out and lights will be on in the evenings.
Get out there and enjoy a Canadian winter on the ice!