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Bird's the Word!

Richmond Hill’s many unique natural features make it a haven for wildlife – in fact, over 115 bird species call our community home. Here are a few of the extraordinary birds you might spot the next time you visit a Richmond Hill park or trail, or maybe even in your own backyard!

Speak Up on the Future of Our Communities

We are seeking your input on planning for the future of various communities in our City. Sign up for virtual workshops and share your thoughts through our online surveys:
  • Bathurst Street and Highway 7 Area – Survey
  • Yonge Street and 16th Avenue Area – Survey 
  • Village and Richmond Hill GO Station Area – Survey
  • Bayview and Highway 7 Area – Workshop (May 13) + survey to follow
  • Oak Ridges Centre Area – Workshop (May 18) + survey to follow
  • East Beaver Creek and Highway 7 Area – Workshop (May 20) + survey to follow

Caring for our Community

We are proud to recognize individuals and organizations in Richmond Hill that have helped others during the pandemic. Do you know someone who has made a positive impact on our community? Nominate them for a Community Recognition Certificate.

Protecting Your Trees from Gypsy Moth

The European gypsy moth is an invasive insect that feeds on a variety of tree species such as oak, birch and maple. To minimize tree damage and reduce the spread of gypsy moth in our community, staff removed more than 65,000 egg masses from City trees so far this spring.

Tips from a Gardening Pro

Looking to spruce up your front garden before our annual Richmond Hill Blooms contest kicks off on May 28? Watch as one of the City’s amazing gardeners demonstrates best practices and tips to use when planting an annual garden. 

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