The Clair Hills Community Association Blog

Freezing rain warning & flood warning–Waterloo Fire Rescue urges residents to have a 72 hour emergency preparedness kit

Freezing rain warning & flood warning–Waterloo Fire Rescue urges residents to have a 72 hour emergency preparedness kit

Posted on behalf of Waterloo Fire Rescue   (Waterloo, Ont. – April 11, 2013) With the current freezing rain Waterloo Fire Rescue is urging residents to be cautious when driving, walking near waterways and...

St. Moritz Park Public Consultation RSVP

St. Moritz Park Public Consultation RSVP

The CHCA executive and volunteers continue our work with the City of Waterloo and Ward 2 Councillor, Karen Scian, on the next phase of the St Moritz Park. For those of you following the...

Rain Barrel Blitz Fundraising Sale April 27, 2013

Rain Barrel Blitz Fundraising Sale April 27, 2013

IMPORTANT: The Region of Waterloo is no longer selling rain barrels, as they have for many years, so if you need a rain barrel, this is your chance!   Saturday, April 27, 2013 (10...

Many ways to celebrate Earth Day

Many ways to celebrate Earth Day

Organize a Community Clean-Up in a park in Waterloo (April) Because every neighbourhood can use a bit of spring cleaning! During the entire month of April, Tim Horton’s and the Cities of Kitchener and...

Waterloo Earth Day Bookmark Contest

Waterloo Earth Day Bookmark Contest

The City of Waterloo and Grand River Conservation Authority want you to design your own bookmark to show what Earth Day means to you! The contest is open to students in grades 3 to...

Spring Clean Up confirmed for Saturday April 20th, 2013

Spring Clean Up confirmed for Saturday April 20th, 2013

The Clair Hills Community Association is pleased to confirm the date for its annual Spring Clean Up. This year’s event will take place on Saturday April 20th, 2013. For more information, please visit our...

Learn how you can protect our trees, parks and natural areas

Learn how you can protect our trees, parks and natural areas

City Trees The City of Waterloo maintains over 30,000 trees on public streets as well as all the trees in parks.  And every year, staff plant and mulch 300-500 additional trees within the City....

Great turnout at the Waterloo Siskins’ last home game of the season

Great turnout at the Waterloo Siskins’ last home game of the season

On Sunday, February 24th the Clair Hills Community Association, in partnership with the City of Waterloo, was happy to offer free tickets to the Waterloo Siskins’ last home game of the season. Thirty neighbourhood residents came...