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King St Bridge

🚧 Construction & Road Closure Notice: Bridge Replacement on King St E

The work on replacement of the bridge on King Street East, east of Humber Lea Road will begin on May 15, 2023.

A full road closure will be required to replace the bridge between May 15 – Dec 1, 2023. King Street East from John Street to Humber Lea Road will be closed to all through traffic including pedestrians. Detour signs will be posted and detour routes are shown on the map below.

Bridge Construction Map

The reason for the full replacement is that the bridge is in need of structural repairs, and replacing the bridge would have a lower long-term cost than repairing it. The new bridge will also include wider sidewalks that are farther from the traffic lanes, as well as new pedestrian railings.

For more information about this project, visit

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Ye Olde Tyme Christmas 2022

Thank you to everyone who made Ye Olde Tyme Christmas last night a huge success! ❄️

A big thank you to all of the volunteers, vendors, businesses and organizers for making Downtown Bolton come alive with holiday magic 🎄

Special thanks to Town of Caledon, Bolton Community Crew, Downtown Bolton Revitalization Task Force, Lisa our vendor market coordinator, McGregor Carollers & Davis Family Farm

We can’t wait for next year! 🎅

Photo Credits: Chris Millar, Visit Caledon, @kayejcatapang, @isaa.xi


Spring flowers

Looking forward to another year and gradual easing of restrictions as more of us get vaccinated.

The Town of Caledon has approved the BIA budget for the coming year.   This year we again kept BIA expenses to a minimum in recognition of the ongoing difficulties of our members due to COVID.  Nevertheless, we are still able to provide the magnificent flower display which enlivens downtown Bolton every year.   Look for updated information and if you want to help with the set up we are always looking for volunteers around the end of May.

Another hopeful sign is the downtown Bolton Revitalization Project. The consultant report is now approved by the Town and the Task Force will be starting its work soon.

The Town has also approved the new use of the old Fire Hall on Ann Street as a community focus. The “Firehub” will feature a year-round market for local foods and artisanal products. It will also host events and include a coworking space and public washrooms. 

As always, if the BIA can help in promoting your downtown business or event, or for any questions or ideas to showcase downtown Bolton please contact 

From your Board of Management, stay safe and healthy and get the vaccine as soon as you can!

Jean Carberry, Chair Downtown Bolton BIA
April 2021

COVID-19 Support For Businesses

Find out if your business is eligible for grants from the Province of Ontario to help with the cost of personal protective equipment, property taxes, energy bills and extra support if you have to close or significantly restrict services because of provincial public health measures.

Main Street Relief Grant Expanded

The Main Street Relief Grant is a one-time grant which reimburses main street businesses for up to $1,000 in PPE costs incurred since March 17, 2020. Eligible businesses now include those with 2 to 19 employees in the following sectors:

  • Retail trade
  • Accommodation and food services
  • Repair and maintenance
  • Personal and laundry services
  • Gyms and yoga studios
  • Arts, entertainment, and recreation