Best Decorated House CONTEST!

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Everyone is invited to participate in Inglewood’s Best Decorated House for Halloween 2017! The entire village is able to vote – simply email us, at villageofinglewood@gmail.com, the address of which house you think is the best decorated by November 1st. There will be a prize awarded and the winning house number will go onto the beautiful […]

Town Councilors promise new speed radar board for McLaughlin Road

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The dogged persistence of Ward 1 regional councilor Barb Shaughnessy & local councilor Doug Beffort, along with the intuitive intelligence of the new road safety engineer Eric Chan has cumulated in the north end of the village of Inglewood being promised, long overdue safety upgrades. Those that walk, run, ride or bike this section of […]

Canada`s Great Trail on McLaughlin Road receives measured promise of safety upgrades by Caledon public works

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 Inglewood home owners will be delighted to discover that the eventual moving of a few speed limit signs will augment their home equity by approx.$3,000. Based on the hypothesis that the average village residence is worth approx. $600,000.   Congrats ! The multitude of mostly 3 season cyclists, hikers & horse-riders will also be pleased to […]

Making a Tiny Portion of Canada’s Great Trail Safer in celebration of Canada`s 150 birthday !

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McLaughlin Road North in Caledon is part of Canada`s Great Trail System, plus also being terra firma for the Credit Valley Trail. These 2 trails are also noted conduits to 5 other interconnected trail systems. This simple fact is an invaluable asset to the village, the region and the province. Making this section of interchangeable […]

Traffic Calming Raises Property Values !

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Traffic study after study, categorically details that adjacent property owners are the immediate Pecuniary Beneficiary of safer streets. These studies also continually imply that the more bi-pedal friendly neighbourhood becomes the more attractive it becomes for potential property owners (residential, retailer & small commercial).  There is a direct correlation between people friendly streets and augmented […]