Come Work With Us!
If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community, meet new people, have new experiences, volunteering with the Campbellville Community Association could be the right place for you! We are currently looking for volunteers to fill a variety of positions within our community organization.
In particular, we are looking for people to help plan and organize our annual Celebrate Campbellville Street Festival. This year, the festival will be held Saturday, June 20 (see below). If you want to help out, contact Liz at President@Campbellville.net.
If you want to learn more about the Community Association, visit our “About” page, and view the presentation from the Annual meeting held April 24, 2015.
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Name the new Parkette / Garden CONTEST
The Campbellville Community Association, in partnership with the Town of Milton and Halton Region, have been working for a few years now to convert the corner of Guelph Line (Main Street) and Reid Sideroad from an abandoned lot to a parkette/garden.
The backhoe is on-site, with the hope that much of the garden will be ready by Celebrate Campbellville (June 20, 2015)!
We received more than 20 potential names for the garden from the community, and narrowed the list down to four.
Thanks to everyone who voted!
The clear winner, with exactly 50% of the votes, was Village Gate!
We will be submitting this name to the Town of Milton for consideration.
Thanks to John Moynihan for submitting the winning entry.
Request for Submissions – Campbellville Flag Design
Plans for the Village Gate also include the installation of 3 flag poles, one each for the Canadian and Ontario flags as well as a yet-to-be-designed Campbellville flag. This provides the opportunity for local residents to submit suggested designs for a new flag. Click HERE to access the Request for Submissions for the Campbellville flag design contest. Designs are encouraged from local designers and artists, community members, and local elementary school children. Entries are due June 12, 2015.
Home to one of the smallest Conservation Areas in Canada
The quaint hamlet of Campbellville is one of the best places to live in Ontario. Set amongst the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment and surrounded by all the best nature has to offer, yet minutes to the 401 and major city centres. A rustic setting provides a backdrop for spas, shops, restaurants, antique stores and a down home country feeling Campbellville has become known for.
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