Without our Grand Sponsors the Thorold Santa Claus Parade would literally not be in existence. They help to provide all the workings needed to organize, set up and execute the Parade…Santa’s plane ticket is expensive you know, those reindeer need to rest up this time of year. Be sure to check out all of their offerings.
A Community With A Conscience
Rolling Meadows is a community with an environmental conscience. It is intentionally poised just outside of Canada’s unique tender fruit lands and the statuesque Niagara Escarpment. Purchasers can be comforted with the knowledge their homes have not displaced environmental landmarks but are built on land with limited agricultural potential.
Rolling Meadows also has an engaging and compact design allowing its residents to aspire to a healthier, more pedestrian-friendly lifestyle, with a greater emphasis on their quality of life and the environment around them. It’s a pedestrian driven design that makes nonvehicular travel a rewarding experience. Once completed, Rolling Meadows residents will have the daily choice to make trips, complete errands and possibly trek to work, without a vehicle.
When today’s new communities are designed, they must maintain a minimum of 10 % greenspace for such uses as parks, ponds, trails and open undeveloped areas. At Rolling Meadows, we have provided 30% greenscape — or triple the mandatory amount — to help foster a reconnection to environmental surroundings.
Thorold, Ontario is a community rich in history. Home to approximately 20,000 residents and recognized for the best weather in Ontario. Thorold is the recipient of the Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage, awarded by the National Trust of Canada. This is the most prestigious award a municipality can receive when it comes to Heritage.
Thorold is located centrally in the Regional Municipality of Niagara and is known for the Welland Canal’s twinned flight locks, where ships climb the mountain. Each year, these three locks attract thousands of tourists to our city.
Residents enjoy a number of pristine parks including, the Battle of Beaverdams Park, DeCew House Heritage Park and the First Nations Peace Monument. Be sure to visit the Lock 7 Viewing Centre, climb aboard the Port Robinson Ferry and take a walk in our historic downtown shopping district. Thorold is also home to the Niagara Regional Government Offices.
Thorold is the perfect place to live, work and play.