Snow warning: City Facilities Closing at 2 p.m. today January 25

By Staff

January 25th, 2023


Tandem team clearing Fairview – they will be out on the roads when the snow storm expected has moved on.


The City of Burlington’s recreational facilities, Sims Square, Downtown Transit Terminal and City Hall are closing as of 2 p.m. today.

All programs and rentals have been cancelled.

The City of Burlington makes every effort to keep our facilities open during regular business hours; however, when unsafe weather conditions occur, the City must close facilities.

Information regarding re-opening will also be posted as soon as possible.

Residents can still contact City Hall at 905-335-7777 or email

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6 comments to Snow warning: City Facilities Closing at 2 p.m. today January 25

  • Brian Rose

    Oh no 10cm of Snow!!! Have we forgot how to be Canadian? Always erring in the side of caution — Many will probably go shopping or hit Joe Dogs and drive home at 5 anyway.

  • Better Safe than Sorry

    Err on the side of caution – Steiss and Bean, the more folks off the road the safer it is for our children travelling from point A to point B – Bet’s you’re not out on your bike this afternoon – lastly your comment “ridiculous” sounds like you’re one of those folks who figures they’re the only one on the road who knows how to drive in this weather, blowing by everyone being cautions out of their way – Right? –

  • Grahame

    Little kids in school and adults in city run home.

  • Maggie Anne Steiss

    Good Grief. I’m looking at the snow coming down now. I”ve ridden my mountain bike through worse than this.

  • Mr Bean

    Who makes this decoy close our city? This is ridiculous. All Halton schools are open and school buses will be picking students up from 2pm to 4:30pm.