The Property Management Section is responsible for the capital maintenance of buildings and properties while assisting all departments with their facility needs and requirements to provide their service as efficiently as possible.
Function: The Property Management Section provides the following services:
- Building repairs and upgrades
- Building project management
- Technical Services and maintenance support
- Facility and Property support
- Property acquisitions/transfers and sales
613-968-6481 x 3292
Property Management Assistant
613-968-6481 x 3800
613-968-6481 x 3278
- Mayor’s Office
- Chief Administrative Officer
- Economic & Strategic Initiatives
- Clerk’s Office
- Engineering & Development Services
- Environmental & Operational Services
- Property Management
- Recreation, Culture & Community Services
- Human Resources
- Information Systems
- Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Fire and Emergency Services
Mayor Taso Christopher, members of Council, along with Grant Committee Chair Councillor Mitch Panciuk and members of the Grant Committee are pleased to announce the Belleville Community
Arts & Culture Fund Project Grants application deadline has been extended ...
Councillors Carr & Denyes co-hosting a meeting on April 4. 2017 starting at 6:30 p.m., to review upcoming projects, draft operating budget with a Q&A session.
Thurlow Community Centre, Harmony Rd., Belleville, ON.
Discover the Programs & Activities available through Belleville Recreation, Culture and Community Services for Spring and Summer 2017More Information
Due to technical difficulties, please use this temporary link to view the streaming of this City Council Meeting of March 6, 2017.
Thank youMore Information
The following sections of trails are closed until further notice due to rising water levels:
North part of Riverfront Trail between Front Street and Pinnacle Street bridges
Lions Park Trail System
North of walking bridge that crosses the river at Lions Park.
BizPaL is an innovative online service that provides entrepreneurs with simplified access to information about business permits, licences and other requirements needed to start, operate and grow their business from the federal, provincial/territorial and participating municipal governments.More Information
1st Interim Installment: February 24th, 2017
2nd Interim Installment: April 26, 2017
Throughout 2017, the City of Belleville is celebrating its 200th birthday. As part of the festivities, we are sharing 200 unique stories of people who live, work and play in The Friendly City. What's your Belleville 200 story? Please share it with us!More Information
Changes to Transit Route 10 Take Effect January 2017.More Information
It's that time of year again and the City of Belleville is gearing up for the winter season.More Information
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