Hungry Hollow SNAP

The Town of Halton Hills and Credit Valley Conservation are working with local residents and community groups to develop a Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) for the Delrex neighnourhood and Hungry Hollow area. The Town of Halton Hills is supporting this initiative.

Learn more.

The Town of Halton Hills and Credit Valley Conservation are working with local residents and community groups to develop a Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) for the Delrex neighnourhood and Hungry Hollow area. The Town of Halton Hills is supporting this initiative.

Learn more.

Submit your questions regarding the Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) for the Delrex neighbourhood and Hungry Hollow area. Questions will be answered within three business days. 

Q&A

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  • There has since I've lived here in 2016, an "in plan" extension of the Hungry Hollow pathways to Cedarvale Park. When will this move from in plan to currently under development? If it cannot be funded could a volunteer initiative be organized to blaze it.

    craig wilson asked 19 days ago

    The Town of Halton Hills is actively pursuing trail linkages within Hungry Hollow Ravine from West Branch Drive Park to Cedarvale Park and Downtown Georgetown.  There are Redside Dace in the creek which is an endangered species, and the Town is working with the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks and Credit Valley Conservation to obtain permit approval.  For more information on the status please contact Mark Taylor, Senior Landscape Architect at 905-873-2601,extension 2267.