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Community and Development Services


Community and Development Services is a customer service focused department comprised of 4 main divisions:
  • Development Services
  • Communication
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Economic Development

These divisions work co-operatively and in harmony with the balance of the administrative structure. The CDS divisions pride themselves on exemplary customer service and commitment to the residents of Lakeshore.

As a rapidly growing Town of 37,000, the Community and Development Services division is constantly updating its policies and procedures to respond to the many needs of our residents.

Numerous long term studies and plans have recently been completed with this department. These important studies will ensure Council and Community and Development Services are providing the services the citizens of Lakeshore require in a planned, cost effective approach. Details on each division are highlighted below.
 

Manager of Communications and Strategic Initiatives

Rita Chappell  519-728-1975
Ext. 282


Communication involves promoting the municipality and includes website development, social media, Lakeshore Waves newsletter and corporate communication. Strategic initiatives involve customer service, policy development, accessibility, grants, donations, economic development as well as special municipal projects.
 

Development Services 519-728-2818


Kim Darroch  Planner
Morris Harding Chief Building Official

The Development Services Division provides planning, long range and land use functions for the Town of Lakeshore. The department also provides the building permitting and inspection function for our residents.

As a rapidly expanding community, this division is extremely busy. It functions with a mix of municipal staff and planning professionals augmented by outside consultants on a fee for service basis. The competent staff deal with a significant number of development and planning applications and an average of $120,000,000 of construction activity including approximately 450 new homes per year.

Recreation Services

Terry Fink, Manager of Recreation  519-727-0470

The Recreation area provides for the recreational needs of our rate payers and visitors to the Town of Lakeshore. Overseeing a 300 slip municipal marina on Lake St. Clair,  40 municipal parks, Comber Community Centre, Libro Community Centre and the multi-use recreation facility (Atlas Tube Centre) including 3 ice pads, Aquatic centre, dance studio, gymnasium, tennis courts, multi-use courts, soccer fields and outdoor splashpad.

Coupled with the operations of the above facilities, the Recreation and Leisure also provides recreational and leisure programming for our citizens.

This division has completed a master planning process that will set the direction for recreation services and facilities for the next 15 - 20 years.

 


Date edited: 07/12/2018