Municipal Service Delivery Update

March 25, 2020

March 25, 2020
In response to the current COVID-19 Health Emergency, interest on property tax accounts will be waived for the month of April.
Dog tag renewal enforcement and penalties will also be waived for the month of April.
Municipal services will continue with some changes to service delivery.
• Township Office shall be closed to the public with entrance by appointment and Covid-19 Screening practices only.
• The Office shall not accept cash or debit payment until the Covid-19 Health Emergency is declared ended by the Province of Ontario.
• Safe distancing protocols shall be put in place for all staff.
Landfill sites continue to operate on the normal scheduling.
*Payment will not be accepted for loads at this time. Where charges do apply, an invoice will be issued from the Township Office for accepted forms of payment.
Road maintenance will continue as per normal scheduling and as required.
The Fire Department continues to respond to emergency calls as required.
If you have a non-urgent question regarding fire permits, open burning regulations, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, fire prevention and planning, please call
705-752-2772 or email
The Building Department continues to monitor calls and email inquiries however will be working from a remote site during this situation.
The Township Office, although not open to the public at this time, continues to operate during normally scheduled office hours. Telephone inquiries and email inquiries will be answered.
Council and Staff continue to monitor this situation as it changes daily, making decisions as required to ensure the safety of residents and staff as well as continuing operations.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this difficult time.