Cultural Heritage Master Plan

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The Town of Halton Hills has demonstrated a continued commitment to the conservation of cultural heritage resources within the community, and the rich history of the Town is valued by residents and visitors alike.


The Cultural Heritage Master Plan (CHMP) will provide the tools to identify, protect, and celebrate Halton Hills’ rich and diverse cultural heritage resources.

It will also provide comprehensive guidance for the management of cultural heritage resources including, but not limited to, cultural heritage landscapes, properties designated under Parts IV and V of the Ontario Heritage Act, and non-designated properties that are listed on the Town’s Heritage Register.

Section F5 of the Town of Halton Hills’ Official Plan speaks to the conservation of the Town’s cultural heritage resources and states the Town’s intent to identify, conserve, and enhance cultural heritage resources and that all new development occurs in a manner that respects the Town’s rich cultural heritage.

The Cultural Heritage Master Plan development will be a community-integrated process, shaped by input from the public and key stakeholders, including Indigenous communities.





Please visit the map and kickoff survey to tell us what you love about Halton Hills and identify special places.







The Town of Halton Hills has demonstrated a continued commitment to the conservation of cultural heritage resources within the community, and the rich history of the Town is valued by residents and visitors alike.


The Cultural Heritage Master Plan (CHMP) will provide the tools to identify, protect, and celebrate Halton Hills’ rich and diverse cultural heritage resources.

It will also provide comprehensive guidance for the management of cultural heritage resources including, but not limited to, cultural heritage landscapes, properties designated under Parts IV and V of the Ontario Heritage Act, and non-designated properties that are listed on the Town’s Heritage Register.

Section F5 of the Town of Halton Hills’ Official Plan speaks to the conservation of the Town’s cultural heritage resources and states the Town’s intent to identify, conserve, and enhance cultural heritage resources and that all new development occurs in a manner that respects the Town’s rich cultural heritage.

The Cultural Heritage Master Plan development will be a community-integrated process, shaped by input from the public and key stakeholders, including Indigenous communities.





Please visit the map and kickoff survey to tell us what you love about Halton Hills and identify special places.






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Interactive Map

26 days

In Summer 2021, the Town of Halton Hills is beginning a two-year project to develop a Cultural Heritage Master Plan. We’re starting with a period of community-wide engagement from August to October – during this period, we hope you will share your thoughts and lay the groundwork for the Cultural Heritage Master Plan. 

 

The eight (8) questions on this Interactive Map, and the Kickoff Survey should take about 15-20 minutes to complete. Your answers will help us to understand sites and sources of cultural value in Halton Hills, from your perspective. 


Instructions to use our mapping application:

  • Click the “Go to Map” button below the map thumbnail image; this will take you to the mapping page.
  • Use the search function (click the magnifying glass) near the top right of your screen to enter a particular address, if helpful.
  • Use the + and – symbols at the bottom right of the screen to zoom. You can pan across the map simply clicking and dragging your cursor; 
  • Click theon the left side of your screen, then click and hold the pin you want to use, dragging it onto your chosen spot on the map. Some pins will give you the option to add text.



CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.