Skip to content

Town-hall meetings to discuss Bradford Bypass set for June

Residents encouraged to bring their questions to free events in Bradford, East Gwillimbury and Sutton
The route of the proposed Bradford Bypass.

Three town halls are being hosted in Bradford, East Gwillimbury and Sutton to help the public, media and elected officials better understand the Bradford Bypass 400-404 connector highway proposal and its implications. 

Residents and environmental groups with the support of lawyers, ecologists and health professionals have analyzed the proposal and would like to share their observations about how this particular plan would affect the area, and residents’ lives, traffic, health, and environment. 

Some of the questions the hosts aim to answer are: does the current route make the most sense? Is this a responsible use of two to four billion taxpayer dollars in the midst of health-care and social service crises? What alternatives have been overlooked?

The hosts will have large printed maps around the room showing what is planned, what was considered in the past, and what the impacts could be. 

These free events are open to all to come or drop in. Residents are encouraged to bring their questions, particularly as so many in the public have been disappointed with the province’s public information sessions.

The town halls are as follows:

  1. BRADFORD Sunday, June 4 from 4-6 p.m.

Bradford & District Memorial Community Centre, (Old Community Centre) 125 Simcoe Rd., Bradford – Auditorium Room upstairs

  1. SUTTON Sunday, June 11 from 3-5 p.m.

The Link, 20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton.

  1. EAST GWILLIMBURY Tuesday, June 20 from 6-8 p.m.

Holland Landing Public Library, Trillium Room, 19513 Yonge St., Holland Landing.

Walk-ins welcome, but those who would like email reminders, please add your information to this secure form:

More information and maps here

Hosted by FROGS, Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition, Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition, and volunteers.