Town and Main Street Clock Inc. reach settlement.
Newmarket, Ontario, Friday, May 4, 2018 – The Town of Newmarket is pleased to announce that through a very cooperative process with Main Street Clock Inc. (MSC Inc.), a settlement has been reached for the future development of the historic Clock Tower and 184-194 Main Street, Newmarket. This proposal will mostly consist of renovation within the existing building and could include office, residential and retail uses. Please visit the Town of Newmarket’s website for further information.
Canada Day 2018 Vendor Application now available
The vendor application for our Main Street Canada Day celebrations is now available. Please click here to download.
Town Council permanently adopts Patios on Main Street
“Town Council decided to permanently adopt Patios on Main Street given the huge success and positive feedback from the 2015 Pilot project. Council also has decided to temporarily extend the hours of operation allowing the patios to be open until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays for the months of July and August 2016. This is a trial and will be reviewed at a later date. The BIA Board had originally passed a motion at our November 17th meeting showing support for the expansion of the Patios project conditional on holding a public meeting with our BIA membership to consider any concerns regarding the expansion and hours of operation.
Did you know?
Did you know? Newmarket’s location on the Holland River long made the area a natural route of travel between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe. A major portage route, the Toronto Carrying-Place Trail, ran one of its two routes down the Holland, through the Newmarket area, and over the Oak Ridges Moraine to the Rouge and into Lake Ontario.