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2015 Annual Report

The Milton Council established the Milton Economic Development Advisory Committee (MEDAC) in order to get strategic advice from the business community on economic development issues within the Town of Milton.

The main goal of MEDAC is to advance economic development initiatives and strive to maintain balance between residential and non-residential assessment by expanding the industrial and commercial base. Given below is the 2015 MEDAC Annual Report.
2015 Annual Report


Fast Facts 
Knowledge Lives Here Booklet

Investment Profile

Mayor's Chamber Breakfast 2016

This presentation was presented to the Milton Chamber of Commerce and its members. The points discussed were:

  • Destiny Milton 3
  • Visionary Projects
  • Current Challenges
  • 2015 Overview

Mayor's Chamber Breakfast 2016

Education Village Design Charette Summary Report

The Milton Education Village is planned as a dynamic neighbourhood that will include several of the key elements that foster a culture of innovation on and ultimately produce economic benefits to the community. Some of these key elements include:

  • A variety of housing (student and market),
  • A research park with a technology incubator,
  • Retail support services and
  • A university.

Education Village Design Charette Summary Report


Official Plan

The Official Plan is a policy document that is intended to serve as Council's primary tool for making land use decisions and managing change in the Town. It sets out a vision for the community based on long-term goals and objectives.

The policies and designations of the Official Plan are intended to manage change and guide development in the Town for a 20-year period.

Official Plan

Zoning Bylaw

Zoning By-laws set out the land uses permitted in each zone. It also regulates building location, size and height as well as parking and landscaped areas.

Zoning Bylaw

Halton Region's Best Planning Estimates of Population and Employment

The Best Planning Estimates are working numbers showing when and where development is likely to take place in the Region. They show the total population and employment in Halton, and in each of the Local Municipalities, by 5 year intervals to 2031.

The Best Planning Estimates are being updated to assist the Region in reaching growth targets of 780,000 people and 390,000 jobs by 2031.

Halton Region's Best Planning Estimates of Population and Employment

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Fax: 905-878-5927

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