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Our local politicians both need and want to hear from us .If you have questions or comments, here is a list of our representatives with contact information:
The new community mail boxes are in use. If a resident has significant mobility issues and cannot access their mail box, accommodations can be arranged. If you have questions or concerns Canada Post can be reached at
1-844-454-3009.or visit canadapost.ca.
Mark Nykoluk, Senior Project Manager Capital Planning and Delivery Transportation Services, 905-830-4444 ex. 75938 email@example.com
Nirmala Armstrong: Markham Regional Councillor, 905-415-7534, firstname.lastname@example.org
Valerie Burke: Markham Councillor, Ward 1, Phone: 905-479-7747 email@example.com
Joe Li, Markham Regional Councillor, Phone: 905-479-7749, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Heath, Markham Deputy Mayor, Phone: 905-415-7506, email@example.com
Jim Jones, Markham Regional Councillor, phone: 905-479-7757, firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Scarpitti, Markham Mayor, Phone: 905-475-4872, email@example.com
if you are the parent or caregiver of a preschool child, we have a wonderful resource connected to the Thornhill Community Centre. A satellite program also runs at Thornhill Public School.
Ontario Early Years Centres are places where you can:
take part with their children in a range of programs and activities
get answers to questions
get information about programs and services that are available for young children and their families talk to early years professionals, as well as other parents and caregivers in the community.
Check it out at http://www.oeyc.edu.gov.on.ca/locations/oeyc.aspx?Center=444
Membership costing $30 per year is required,and is open to residents of the City of Markham and is also open to some non-residents. Non-residents are limited to 25% of the total membership. .
The Seniors Centre,is a 5,0000 square foot space in the Thornhill Community Centre comprising a reception area and lounge, kitchen, accessible washrooms, three activity rooms and a snooker & games room. A further 2,000 square feet is used in the community hall for day-time operations. A gymnasium and therapeutic pool are available for certain programs as well. Community Centre facilities available to the Club include the library, computer lab in library space, skating rink and fitness centre.
Thornhill Seniors Club is a non-profit community organization for adults who are 55+ years. The centre offers an amazing variety of activities and programs that make it very different from the classic idea of a slightly pitiful collection of stereotypical events It is always bustling with a remarkable range of people enjoying a remarkable range of activities.This link will connect you to a sample list of activities.
Need to check and see when the next garden garbage pickup is or want to ask about parking on your street? Markham has an app for that and many other things besides.Now available free from I-tunes or the Google Play Store, this app is full of useful information and even includes the possibility of using your phone camera to report a problem to the by-law department.