Public Notices

 

Posted Thursday, May 16, 2019

Due to unsafe boating conditions, Parks Canada is delaying the start of the 2019 navigation season for the Trent-Severn Waterway until Friday, May 24, 2019. Above normal snowpack in some areas and significant precipitation system-wide have resulted in extreme high water levels and flows throughout the Trent-Severn Waterway which causes unsafe boating conditions. The safety of the public and our visitors is always our number one priority.
Until May 24, 2019, the Trent-Severn...

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Posted Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Resolution No. 2019 – 138 – Municipal Officer’s and Staff Reports – Information/Housekeeping/Non-Controversial  
Councillor Gerry Herron – Councillor Donna Ballantyne –
That the correspondence from the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority regarding International Trails Day be received for information; and that Saturday, June 1, 2019 be proclaimed as International Trails Day in the Township of Selwyn. Carried.

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Posted Wednesday, May 01, 2019

County Road 20 Reconstruction Notice of Public Information Centre No. 2 County of Peterborough County Road 20 Reconstruction Environmental Assessment Study
Introduction
The County of Peterborough has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study for the reconstruction of County Road 20 from County Road 18 to County Road 23 (approximately 9.5 km). This Study will provide recommendations for staged improvements to the roadway including cross section, intersections, Active Transportation...

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Posted Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Selwyn Township LogoThe Selwyn Township eNewsletter is produced monthly and provides a valuable means by which Council and Staff connect with those who live, work, and play here in our great Township.
The eNewsletter highlights current projects, upcoming public meetings, open houses, festivals, road work, etc...
In the May 2019 Issue you will find information about:
Victoria Day Long Weekend
We're Hiring - Summer Office Assistant!
Animal Control By-law Survey
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Posted Monday, April 15, 2019

TickLyme disease prevention just got easier thanks to a new website that allows local residents to submit photos of ticks they find and receive confirmation if it belongs to the species that carry Lyme bacteria.
The eTick website www.etick.ca allows anyone with a cell phone to snap a photo of a tick and upload it directly to the website to receive a species identification. Once successfully submitted, the results will be available within 48 hours. Real-time mapping of tick submissions...

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