Haunted House 2019
Haunted House 2019
Halloween Greeters 2019
Connect 4 2019!
Carriage Ride 2019
Great selections to choose from
Bargains big and small
Our fearless volunteers
We do other things too
Our greeter
Great customer service
A busy morning
Always something to do
BCO at Sifton Head Office
BCO at West 5 Discovery Centre
Movie Night 2018!
Spring 2019 Clean Up
2018 Tree Giveaway
2018 ReForest & BCO Tree Giveaway
Waiting for FREE TREES!
Pizza Man
Dan at 2017 Bike Fest
2nd place (tied) Resident category
1st place School category
2nd place School category
1st place Business Category
2nd place Business category
Visiting at the Legion
Enjoying the Library
Byron Library
Byron Firehall
Paddling on the Thames Apr 2016
Warbler Woods Sign
Byron Is Beautiful Splash Pad 2014

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City updates on: 

Tennis and Pickleball Court Upgrade Plan

Hefty Energy Bag


Free Bike Registration opens June 1, 2021. Click on logo for more info

The Byron Community Organization is a volunteer run neighbourhood association dedicated to building a vibrant and sustainable community.

c/o Byron Library

1295 Commissioners Rd W

London ON  N6K 1C9


 Optimist Club of Byron

50/50 Draw

The Optimist Club of Byron is a not-for-profit service club that supports a variety of programs, activities and events for youth.  

With the 50/50 raffle lottery, 50% of the ticket revenue goes to the winning ticket holder and 50% goes to support many youth-oriented programs throughout Ontario, including programs in Byron such as the Byron Optimist Sports Complex.

For  more information visit

The Optimist Club of Byron


City of London launches new feedback opportunities to collect public input on

e-scooters and large cargo e-bikes

The City of London has launched two new feedback opportunities for residents and businesses to provide input on how e-scooters and large cargo e-bikes could be used in London.

As part of the Province of Ontario e-scooter pilot program and cargo e-bike pilot program, Ontario municipalities can now determine if and how these transportation choices will be allowed in their community.

The City is also collecting feedback on how a potential e-scooter share program could be coordinated with the City’s future bike share program that is being planned for 2022.

Residents and businesses are encouraged to visit the City’s Get Involved webpages for e-scooters and large cargo e-bikes to provide comments or ask questions.

A report and staff recommendation about e-scooters and large cargo e-bikes will be presented to Council later this summer.