Town Hall is closed to the public due to COVID-19. Residents can access online services or call customer service at 905-871-1600 during regular business hours for assistance. For Fort Erie COVID-19 updates, please visit covid19.forterie.ca.Vaccine Clinic Information
Please note that the Fort Erie Vaccine Clinics are taking place at the Town's Leisureplex Facility but are not operated by the Town of Fort Erie. For further details on how you can book your vaccine and check eligibility, please click here.COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
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Niagara Region Public Health COVID Statistics webpage provides key indicators used to measure the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic in Niagara. It includes a high-level overview of COVID-19 case, outbreak information, vaccine progress updates, and more. Visit the Niagara Region Public Health COVID-19 Statistics webpage for more information.
Provided by the Fort Erie Museum
1982 - The B-1 station is moved to the Fort Erie Railroad Museum from its former location near the International Bridge. (Times-Review, May 19, 1982)
1990 - Fire destroys the Power House Border Cafe on Queen St., Fort Erie. This Spanish Colonial Revival building had been the headquarters of Canadian Niagara Power from 1928 to 1985. (Many Voices II, Fort Erie, Ont.:Fort Erie Historical Museum, 2004, p. 310)