Wednesday, February 27 - Due to inclement weather, the Administration Office will be closing at 3 pm. The office will re-open for regular business hours at 8:30 am on Thursday, February 28.
Join us on February 3 to support Halton & Hamilton United Way and receive front of the line lift privileges, dual slalom race participation, a swag bag and more.
Mountsberg Conservation Area is once again gearing up for our popular winter Owl Prowl programs. Intrepid prowlers will be provided with lots of information on our native Ontario owls during a winter night hike to search for wild local owls.
Conservation Halton’s Administration Office will close for the holidays as of 1 p.m. on Monday December 24th. Walk-in services for permits and planning will close as of 12:30 p.m.
Conservation Halton is looking for landowners for 2019. The knowledgeable, expert staff at Conservation Halton will conduct a free site visit to discuss your project objectives and create a planting plan that is well suited to your property. We will help you access and apply to the appropriate funding programs to reduce the cost of tree planting. Conservation Halton staff will also plant the trees, and come back for tending, and other follow-up.
Welcome 2019 with family and friends and a lively dose of outdoor fun this New Year’s Eve! Mountsberg Conservation Area is pleased to present its kid friendly, New Year’s Eve Hoopla, December 31, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.
The Kelso Trail Network will close on November 18th 2018 due to conditions and safety concerns as the Glen Eden season starts.
Due to the postal strike, there may be delays with delivery of your Halton Parks Membership.
Conservation Halton have released the 2018 Watershed Report Card which grades the health of our watershed using four key measurements: Forest Condition, Groundwater Quality, Impervious Land Cover Surface Water Quality.
The 13th annual Halton Children’s Water Festival (HCWF) was held from September 25 to 28 at Kelso Conservation Area in Milton. This year’s festival welcomed more than 3,600 students between grades two to five from across the region. The annual event brings the classroom outdoors to help educate children in a fun and engaging way about the world’s most precious natural resource - water.