Time to VOTE!


Take the Time to Vote!  

*If the links do not work, you can copy and paste this link! -  http://planlocal.ca/ward2/

From June 20 to June 30  cast your vote for safe streets in Ward 2!

Voting is fast and convenient. You can fill out an online ballot here, and find the list of projects online here or at one of our voting locations across the Ward. Select your top 10 projects from the list of 24, confirm you are a Ward 2 resident or business owner, and you’re good to go!

The entire voting process takes just few minutes.  The hard part is deciding on 10!  Most people have had a ballot delivered to their home.  If you need more ballots (for each person in your family) contact information is at the end.  At the voting stations below, there is also a list of the 24 proposed safe streets locations. 

Vote online by clicking here OR vote at a location below.  There are also more forms at the voting stations.  

Ballot boxes are available at the following locations: (and there is a list of sites and more ballots there also!)  The final votes will be divided up in the neighbourhoods.  

·         Bennetto Community Centre
450 Hughson St N, Hamilton, ON
·         Beasley Community Centre
52 Catharine St N, Hamilton, ON
·         Central Branch, Hamilton Public Library (1st-floor Service Desk)
55 York Blvd
·         Central Memorial Community Centre
93 West Avenue South
·         Hamilton City Hall (2nd-floor Councillors' Reception Desk)
71 Main St W, Hamilton, ON


P.S.  the North End sites are:

4. James and Burlington - lights
11. MacNab and Ferrie - crosswalk and stop signs
21 A Safe path across the Bennetto School Field at Picton
22 Safety enhancements at either end of the path - John/Picton and Hughton/Picton.

However, we are intricately connected with the other neighbourhoods in the Ward.  Please have a look at all the sites.  

Sheri Selway


June 19 - Make the Streets Your Playground

(NEN) North End Neighbourhood Association, has a table at this event just North of Barton.  If you are able to help out, we would appreciate it.  

Open Streets is a car free event.  It is a lot of fun with many vendors and organizations on the sidewalks and the street is open to bikes, scooters, hoverboards, walking, and space ships, 

Hope to see you there!  


Welcome Inn - Community Visioning Day

Welcome Inn would like to invite you to talk about affordable housing for seniors. 

Welcome Inn (40 Wood Street)
Monday June 6, 2016
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Special Meeting

Postponed NEN Board Meeting
Special Hughson St Baptist Public Meeting

For those who haven't heard, there's an intriguing potential development being planned by Hughson Street Baptist Church in partnership with Indwell. After hearing at many of the West Harbour community meetings held over the past year about the concern surrounding the disappearance of affordable housing in the North End, Hughson Street Baptist decided that it would explore the possibility of incorporate affordable housing units into its new, yet to be built, church location at 500 James Street North.

Hughson Street Baptist have expressed that they are aware of the importance of working in partnership with the North End community that they've been part of for so many years. So they are holding a public meeting on Wednesday June 1, 2016 at 500 James Street North to reveal their vision for the property as well as take questions and listen to your concerns.

To read Hughson Street Baptist's official invitation to the neighbourhood, pleaseclick here.

The North End Neighbours board will also be in attendance in case you have any questions or concerns about this or any broader topics.

Location: 500 James St. N (centre doors, entering from Picton St parking lot)
Date: Wednesday June 1, 2016
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. (presentation at 7, refreshments served before)
Since this public meeting is the same evening as the planned NEN board meeting, we will be cancelling our board meeting and will notify the neighbourhood once a new time and location is confirmed.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Clean up of Bayview Park



Reminder of Annual Clean Up of Bayview Park! 
Saturday May 21, 10:00 am - noon

Come and meet friends and neighbours!!!

 Have a coffee and timbit thanks to Tim Horton’s.

Meet at 506 Bay Street North.  



The Burlington Glass Works 1874
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Did you know that Bayview Park is the site of an important, early Canadian Glass works?