News

Posted Friday, January 18, 2019

Council Meeting LogoThe Agenda for the Meeting of Selwyn Council on January 18, 2019 is now available on the township website www.selwyntownship.ca/CouncilAgenda and attached as a pdf to this email.
Notice:
  You can now watch Selwyn Township Council meetings live from the comfort of your home! Visit: www.selwyntownship.ca/LiveStreaming
Or, if you have missed a meeting… you can watch the recorded video here: www.selwyntownship.ca/en/townshiphall/councilmeetings.asp...

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Posted Friday, November 30, 2018

Christmas Tree graphicThere is no curbside collection of Christmas trees in the County of Peterborough. Instead, you should drop off your tree during daylight hours at any one of the following five County yard locations:
Buckhorn 2292 County Road 36
Douro Depot: 713 County Road 4
Havelock: 649 County Road 46
Millbrook: 1111 County Road 10
Selwyn: 1275 County Road 24 (Centre Line Smith) - located across from the Township of Selwyn Public Works Depot. 
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Posted Friday, November 30, 2018

No Winter Parking ImageWe remind everyone that there is no parking on all Township roads overnight during the winter season to allow for safe and effective snow clearing. 

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Posted Wednesday, August 01, 2018

The Selwyn Township Fire Department is once again leading an educational fire safety initiative for local students. Dedicated to helping young people get the information they need to prevent fire-related injuries and fatalities, this is the 3rd time the organization has brought an award-winning safety resource to area kids.   The Selwyn Fire Department will be at various events this Summer and visiting classrooms in the Fall to teach young people about fire safety! Each...
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Posted Friday, December 22, 2017

Kawarthas Northumberland  is a branded tourism area of Ontario that is officially designated as Regional Tourism Organization 8 (RTO8).
RTO8 was created through the Tourism Competitiveness Study completed in 2009 and is funded by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MCTS) to support a competitive and sustainable tourism industry, attract visitors, generate economic activity, and create jobs within the region that encompasses: City of Kawartha...

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