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Posted Thursday, August 16, 2018

Aug. 16, 2018 - Level 1 Drought Conditions Continue Kingston – Despite rain received across the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) watersheds over the last few weeks and an isolated rain event in the Kingston and Gananoque area yesterday, a Level I drought condition remains in place for the region.
For the month of July, the region received 91% of normal precipitation which helped conditions. However, following temporary increased stream flows, levels...


Posted Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Make sure you are on the voters list!
Find out if you’re confirmed as an eligible elector visit: www.voterlookup.ca
If you are a new resident or if you’ve moved in the last several years, you may need to update your information.


Posted Thursday, July 26, 2018

Fire Chief Darcy Knott has lifted the LEVEL ONE FIRE BAN as of August 13, 2018. 
Residents are reminded to follow the guidelines set out in By-law 2012-68 (see attached).
For more information visit Living Here/Fire Services/Fire Ban Status on the website, or contact Fire Chief Knott at 613-376-3027 Ext 2234.
Any infraction of this by-law will result in significant financial penalties. 


Posted Monday, June 25, 2018

Fire Chief Darcy Knott speaking at the grand openingMayor Vandewal, Council members, staff, volunteer firefighters and the community celebrated the grand opening of Station 6 - Perth Road Fire Hall on Saturday, June 23, 2018.
The celebration was organized by volunteer firefighters from all four districts and included a showcase of firefighting equipment, vehicles and fire prevention education. A free barbecue was provided as part of the celebration and those in attendance were able to view the facility. 
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Posted Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Time Capsule Burial, May 18, 2018 0001Where will you be in 2067?
Members of the community joined Mayor Vandewal, Council members and township staff for the burial of the time capsule on May 25, 2018 at Centennial Park in Harrowsmith. As part of the Canada 150th celebrations, the time capsule project included photographs, newspaper clippings, local sports memorabilia, diaries, favorite recipes, ticket stubs and similar items.