Next Meeting - Thursday Feb 13th, 2020
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Byron Northview Sidewalk Plan
Join staff and me on Feb 20 from 6:30 - 8:30 at the Byron Library for a drop-in meeting to talk about sidewalks so that children can safely walk to school.
RSVP (for numbers) at 519-661-5095 or contact me at email@example.com if you can't attend.
Eyes on Byron is a new not-for-profit community volunteer group. Check out their website at the link below. Here is their Mission Statement:
We are a community based organization of volunteers
Our Byron is a community of neighbourhoods.
Byron neighbourhoods need to be empowered, sustainable, safe and active. When neighbours care and communicate effectively with one another, along with reporting incidents each and every time, we will deter the amount of crime in our community. Daily efforts to support each other will make this initiative and our community stronger.
If you want to get involved or know more, check out the link below.
Last summer, you may have noticed a high number of gypsy moth caterpillars feeding on trees in the City of London. In the fall of 2019 the City of London conducted Gypsy Moth egg mass surveys on trees in the City Road Allowances and Parks. At this time the City of London is concentrating on areas of severe and high populations. The Byron area is experiencing significant signs of infestation.
To learn more about the City's plan, area maps and what you can do, check the link below.