We Make Milton - Official Plan project

Visioning Night

We Make Milton is kicking off its next round of public engagement with a focus on working with the community to set a vision for Milton’s future to the year 2050. The community is invited to provide input at a special Visioning Night event on November 20.

Click here to RSVP

About We Make Milton

Watch this video to meet the Miltons and their friends. They are proud and active members of our community that live around Milton and have different local interests. They are getting involved in the new Official Plan project, a policy initiative that will manage Milton's growth for the next 20 years.

Through the We Make Milton engagement process, the new Official Plan's modern land-use vision and framework will be crafted locally, in partnership with the community. We encourage you to share your comments below about the things you value in Milton and how you want the community to grow.

Stay involved from start to finish!


Subscribe to the We Make Milton email list to receive project updates

Fill out the contact form to contact the project team

The new Official Plan will include contemporary, strategic and forward-looking planning policies to:

  • Provide direction for significant urban growth
  • Welcome a young, educated and diverse population
  • Facilitate active and healthy lifestyles
  • Protect what is valued and foster civic pride

Official Plan
An Official Plan is a legislated and overarching planning document that describes the community’s planning vision and goals and establishes directions for municipal decision-making, including a growth strategy, land-use policies, infrastructure requirements, mobility and transit delivery, design requirements and the protection of resources.

Visioning Night

We Make Milton is kicking off its next round of public engagement with a focus on working with the community to set a vision for Milton’s future to the year 2050. The community is invited to provide input at a special Visioning Night event on November 20.

Click here to RSVP

About We Make Milton

Watch this video to meet the Miltons and their friends. They are proud and active members of our community that live around Milton and have different local interests. They are getting involved in the new Official Plan project, a policy initiative that will manage Milton's growth for the next 20 years.

Through the We Make Milton engagement process, the new Official Plan's modern land-use vision and framework will be crafted locally, in partnership with the community. We encourage you to share your comments below about the things you value in Milton and how you want the community to grow.

Stay involved from start to finish!


Subscribe to the We Make Milton email list to receive project updates

Fill out the contact form to contact the project team

The new Official Plan will include contemporary, strategic and forward-looking planning policies to:

  • Provide direction for significant urban growth
  • Welcome a young, educated and diverse population
  • Facilitate active and healthy lifestyles
  • Protect what is valued and foster civic pride

Official Plan
An Official Plan is a legislated and overarching planning document that describes the community’s planning vision and goals and establishes directions for municipal decision-making, including a growth strategy, land-use policies, infrastructure requirements, mobility and transit delivery, design requirements and the protection of resources.

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  • Drop in Family badminton

    by Senaka, 17 days ago

    At the moment Saturday & Sunday family badminton sessions at Mattamy Cycling centre need at least one member of the family be less than 17 or 18 years of age.

    This prevents me & my wife drop in to playing badminton there, as we don't have any family member less than 18 years. My wife is not good enough to play at adult drop in sessions either as almost all players there are too good & club level players.

    I feel we are being denied our opportunity to play badminton together as we don't have young family members who are... Continue reading

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  • Get Milton Moving Again!

    by Pete in Milton, 2 months ago

    When I moved to Milton in 1983 there was one stop on Thompson from Steele's to Derry and you could be out of Milton and on the highway in 5 minutes.

    Now all we seem to do is hit one of the many red lights , and red lights when there is no traffic at the cross streets. Lights have popped up everywhere some within 500 -1000 ft of each other. (Main and Nippissing as an example) (Childs, Pine and Main on Ontario St.)

    This increases driver frustration, impatience and contributes to road rage, not to mention wasting copious amount... Continue reading

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  • A Miltonian's view

    by Miltonian, 3 months ago

    I am a Miltonian and have been for 57 years. I am glad that those new to the area are thrilled with what is transpiring to meet their needs.

    I, on the other hand have a very different view to share.

    Our once quiet little town has been transformed into something that we can barely recognize. Our treed areas and beautiful farm land has been taken away from us to meet the needs of others.

    What about the people that have been here for many years. The people who loved Milton the way it was. The place that held the... Continue reading

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  • 15 Years!

    by Vajitha, 5 months ago

    Milton has been my home for 15 lovely years! When I sold my first home, I decided to buy another one in Milton again because our family loves this town's beauty, the surrounding escarpment, the convenience of all the multicultural stores, and the proximity to the hospital, family physician, dentist, stylist, martial arts, library, farmer's market, and, many more. Milton has grown tremendously and I applaud the Milton/Halton government for making this town welcoming of diversity, creativity and inclusion. I feel safe and respected everyday.

    Some areas that we could grow are:

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