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Posted Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Registration for Township Swim and Day Camps will be available April 29, 2019!
For more information on locations and session dates - check out our  Swim & Daycamp page.
Once again this year we will be holding the Healthy Kids Drop-In Program. The Healthy Kid’s Park Drop-In program provides free fun recreational activities for kid’s age 4-12. Participants will get to join in structured and unstructured activities, sports and crafts.
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Posted Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) is a federal-provincial-territorial initiative to promote emergency preparedness across Canada. This year, EP Week runs from May 5-11 and the provincial theme for Ontario is: Are You Ready?
The “Are You Ready?” theme focuses on the importance of individuals and families being prepared for emergencies before they happen. The theme for 2019 EP Week lends itself to focusing on specific hazards or emergency situations and question...

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Posted Friday, April 05, 2019

Please be advised that Parks Canada has informed the Township that the Brass Point Bridge on Burnt Hills Road will be closed to all vehicular traffic in both directions from April 15 th , 2019 to May 15 th , 2019 for immediate repairs to address safety concerns. Parks Canada will have full detour signage in place.
 
 

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Posted Friday, March 29, 2019

FLOOD OUTLOOK EXTENDED AS QUINTE CONSERVATION CONTINUES TO MONITOR CONDITIONS
Up to 35 mm of rain is expected across the Quinte Conservation Watershed this weekend. Temperatures reaching a high of 10 degrees is forecasted for the southern regions of the watershed. Northern Regions can expect warmer conditions as well, but temperatures may not reach the same high. Warm temperatures will continue into next week from Tuesday to Thursday.
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Posted Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Warming weather conditions throughout the day and below freezing temperatures at night are contributing to ice accumulation on Quinte Conservation trails throughout the watershed.
Conservation Areas will remain open, but visitors are reminded that these are natural spaces and that sand and salt is not applied to the trails.When visiting the areas it is best to dress appropriately. Wear proper footwear for traveling over ice, and dress in layers and waterproof clothing.
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