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  • Lane reduction on Trout Lake Road
    North Bay, ON – July 16, 2024 – Please be advised of a lane reduction on Trout Lake Road at the intersection of Connaught Avenue on Wednesday, July 17, and Thursday, July 18, for a water valve installation in front of the North Bay Jail. The westbound curb lane will be closed during this period. Please plan your travel accordingly. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
  • Lane Reduction Notice - Cassells Street
    Miller Paving will be closing a section of Cassells Street between First Avenue and Worthington Street this morning. The closure will last until the afternoon.
  • North Bay Unveils Official Logo for 100th Anniversary
    The City of North Bay is thrilled to unveil the official logo for its upcoming 100th-anniversary celebrations. The Centennial Committee’s marketing and promotions subcommittee approached Canadore College to develop logo designs, engaging second-year Graphic Design students in valuable hands-on experience. Ultimately, student Maryon McCann's design was selected. The result of collaboration with Canadore College, the centennial logo, representing 100 years of North Bay history, culture, and community spirit, was revealed today during a news conference at City Hall.
  • Sports Fields - Closed
    Sports fields closed due to weather.
  • Canada Place Opens at the North Bay Waterfront
    North Bay, ON – July 1, 2024 - North Bay Canada Place, a new inclusive gathering space, was officially opened today at the City’s Waterfront.
  • Traffic Advisory: Lane Reduction on Oak Street
    North Bay, ON – June 26, 2024 – Please be advised that Oak Street will be reduced to a single lane at the Ferguson Street intersection on Thursday, June 27, due to paving activities. The road will return to two lanes by the end of the day on Friday, June 28.
  • North Bay Overpass Banner Art Selected
    North Bay, ON – June 18, 2024 – The Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) and the City of North Bay are pleased to announce the successful applicants for the Lakeshore Drive overpass banner project.
  • Cooling Centres
    Residents who need an indoor place to stay cool can access city facilities today through Thursday, including Memorial Gardens (sections 1,3,5, and 7) from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m., and Transit Terminal on Oak Street from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Additionally, the Gathering Place will be making watering stations available
  • Trout Lake Road Watermain Repair
    North Bay, ON – June 14, 2024 – Please be advised that traffic on Trout Lake Road will be reduced to a single lane in each direction between Kingsway and McKay Avenues this morning at approximately 8:20 a.m. due to repairs on a broken watermain. This repair is expected to last 8-10 hours.
  • SkyHawks Parachute Team Practice
    North Bay, ON – June 14, 2024 – The Canadian Armed Forces SkyHawks Parachute Team will be practicing their jumps and landings at Shabogesic Beach at the North Bay Waterfront in preparation for Armed Forces Day.
  • Expansion of McKeown Avenue to Four Lanes Set to Begin
    North Bay, ON – June 10, 2024 – Starting this month, the expansion of McKeown Avenue, from Cartier Street to Gormanville Road, to four lanes will begin.
  • North Bay to celebrate Armed Forces Day
    North Bay, ON – June 12, 2024 – North Bay’s 12th annual in-person Armed Forces Day, featuring exciting air demonstrations and more, is set for Wednesday, June 19.
  • Oak Street Lane Closure Extended
    North Bay, ON – June 12, 2023 – Please be advised that this week’s lane closure on Oak Street at the intersection of Ferguson Street will be extended for an additional day, now lasting until the end of the day on Thursday.
  • National Defence to co-host public information session on PFAS in North Bay
    June 6, 2024 – Ottawa, Ontario – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces The Department of National Defence and the City of North Bay will co-host a public information session on June 20, 2024, to share latest project information and provide updates on our joint efforts to address polyfluoroalkylated substances (PFAS) in North Bay.
  • Oak Street Lane Closure
    North Bay, ON – June 7, 2023 – Please be advised that traffic on Oak Street at the intersection of Ferguson Street will be reduced to a single lane for up to three days starting Monday, June 10.
  • City of North Bay Launches Construction of New All-Wheel Park
    North Bay, ON – May 31, 2024 – Today, the City of North Bay officially launched construction of the new All-Wheel Park at the Downtown Waterfront.
  • New Community Safety Zone on McKay Avenue
    New signage for the safety zone and speed limit reduction to 40km/hr, between Trout Lake Road and Eastview Cresent, will be installed this week and the changes will be effective as of Monday, June 3, 2024.
  • North Bay launches 2024 Armed Forces Day
    North Bay, ON – May 28, 2024 – Armed Forces Day will be held at Shabogesic Beach on June 19, 2024, with exciting air demonstrations, static displays and more.
  • Grass Fields Closed Due to Wet Conditions
    North Bay, ON – May 27, 2021 –Due to extremely wet conditions, most ball diamonds, soccer fields and football fields have been closed today.  All games and practices are cancelled. Powerade Field and Minute Maid Fields at the Omischl Complex will remain open tonight.
  • Road Closure and Lane Reduction Notice
    North Bay, ON – May 22, 2024 – Please be advised that a section of John Street, from Main to Oak streets, will be closed on Thursday, May 23, due to paving work at the John and Oak streets intersection.
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