All municipal service disruptions including facility and road closures are posted to this webpage. Unplanned or emergency service disruptions will be posted to this page as well as on the website main page, via media release and on our social media accounts.
|Easter Holiday closure||King Township Municipal Office|
King Township Libraries
King Township's Municipal Centre will be closed on Fri., April 19 and Mon., April 22 for the Good Friday and Easter Monday holidays. We will reopen on Tues., April 23 for regular business hours at 8:30 a.m.
King Township libraries will be closed Fri., April 19, Sun., April 21 and Mon., April 22.
The Trisan Centre in Schomberg will be closed on Fri., April 19, open for regular hours on Sat, April 20, closed on Sun., April 21 and open Mon., April 22 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If you have an urgent Township-related matter, please call 905-833-5321 and the after-hours answering service will relay your call to the appropriate personnel.
|Temporary Library Closure King City Branch at 1970 King Road |
King City Library
1970 King Road, King City, ON
PLEASE NOTE: The Schomberg, Nobleton and Ansnorveldt branches will continue to operate on normal schedules.
Saturday, July 28th at 5:00 p.m. Reopening at our temporary location on the lower level of the King City Senior Centre (access via Doctors Lane and the arena parking lot) on Tuesday, September 4th at 10:00 a.m.
Construction activies related to the expansion of the existing library and the relocation of the King City Seniors Centre.
For more information: www.kinglibrary.ca
Temporary Lane Closures & Limited Access to Sidewalks
|Highway 27 and King Road||April 16, 2018 to early summer 2019|
Notice of Construction
|Temporary Lane Closure||Bathurst Street and Davis Drive||Monday, June 11th, 2018 until summer 2019|
Regional Municipality of York:
Bathurst Street and Davis Drive Intersection Improvements in the Town of Newmarket and Township of King
Construction Update 2: Fall 2018
|Temporary Road Closure||16th Sideroad at the Highway 400 overpass. Traffic will not be able to cross under Hwy. 400 until November 2019.||Wednesday, October 18th, 2017, with completion expected in November 2019.||Ministry of Transportation: Highway 400 Bridge Replacement Program|
Other Service Alerts
Current and Upcoming Road Closures Schedule - York Region
Current Motor Vehicle Collisions - York Regional Police